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Cannabis is currently illegal in Tennessee.
Cannabis is illegal in Tennessee, and use is only permitted for a small range of medical conditions. Tennessee has some allowances for using non-psychoactive CBD oil to treat severe conditions like epilepsy or cancer, so there is a limited medical marijuana program. In 2015, Governor Bill Haslam signed Senate Bill 280 into law, against his earlier opposition.
It is illegal to possess cannabis in Tennessee.
No, it is not legal to grow cannabis in Tennessee.