What are the cannabis testing regulations in your state?


Currently, marijuana is regulated on a state-by-state basis. Each state has chosen if marijuana is legal for recreational, medical, medicinal if the THC concentration is low, or illegal. These regulations are managed by state health departments or similar bodies. Each state listed below contains links to local cannabis (marijuana and hemp) regulations.

On the federal level, the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 defined hemp as cannabis containing less than 0.3% THC and removed hemp from the list of Schedule I controlled substances. As a result, it became a farm crop, subject to water rights and other agricultural grants as regulated by each state's department of agriculture. For more information on the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 and leading information on the 2018 United States Farm Bill, visit here. Federal regulations surrounding hemp can be found here. In addition, information on state regulations of hemp can be found in the list of states below.
North Carolina - Hemp only
Massachusetts - Hemp
Massachusetts - Recreational


In October of 2018, Canada became the second country to legalize cannabis for both recreational and medical purposes. For full details on the National Legalization for Canada via the 2018 Cannabis Act, visit here. Each providence has its own laws and regulations governing cannabis. They are detailed by providence below.
Alberta Newfoundland Prince Edward Island
British Columbia North West Territory Quebec
Labrador Nova Scotia Saskatchewen
Manitoba Nunavut Yukon
New Brunswick Ontario  
Possessing, using, distributing or selling marijuana or marijuana-based products constitute federal crimes in the United States, even where a state law decriminalizes or legalizes such activities. CEM Corporation produces instruments that are intended for use in testing laboratories and applications only where such use is permitted under applicable state/country law.