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In recent years, cannabis social clubs have taken off in a big way. While some people confuse them with cannabis collectives which focus on distributing medicinal cannabis, they are a very different thing.
The term Cannabis Social Club refers to a social venue or club where cannabis users can consume marijuana on the premises – something which isn’t possible in other public places. A Cannabis Social Club is a non-commercial organization that organizes collective, professional growing of cannabis strains in limited amounts – just sufficient to cover their members’ personal requirements.
Possession of small quantity of marijuana became legal in Washington, DC on Thursday, 26th February, 2015 despite an encounter between the Republican-led U.S Congress and local officials over the new regulations. The U.S capital joined Alaska, Colorado and Washington State in making marijuana legal for recreational use, reflecting a shifting legal landscape for the drug.
The District of Columbia law enables adults to carry as much as 2 ounces (56 grams) of marijuana and to cultivate six plants at home, with three of them mature. Sales are prohibited but transfer of up to 1 ounce (26 grams) is legal.
It seems like such a simple question! But like many of the cannabis laws across the country, the answer is cloudy. Strictly speaking, on a federal level, cannabis remains illegal under the Controlled Substance Act. It is considered a Schedule 1 drug, which is a reflection of the DEA’s ludicrous belief that cannabis has no medical value and has a high likelihood for abuse. (Alongside cannabis on the Schedule 1 list is heroin and LSD. Meth and cocaine are Schedule 2, which helps illustrate the ridiculousness of the DEA’s system.)