A medical cannabis bill passed the Senate last year but stalled in the House. By Alan Wooten, The Center Square. Nearly 8 in 10 North Carolinians support marijuana legalization for medical purposes, according to a recent poll. However, the path to legalization in the state has been a complex and challenging journey.
All marijuana is still illegal in North Carolina. But getting high on cannabis is easy — and legal. WFAE | By Steve Harrison. While marijuana remains illegal in all forms in North Carolina, there is a legal alternative available. Many individuals in the state are turning to products that offer similar effects to marijuana but are legal permissible.
North Carolina has yet to legal marijuana in any form, but anyone here can buy, and get high off, a product just like it — legal. The availability of alternatives has led to a thriving market for legal cannabis-like products. These products often contain synthetic cannabinoids that mimic the effects of marijuana but are not classified as illegal substances.