You might be surprised to learn that Washington, D.C., is the state with the most, at 18.5 percent, according to a new study from Marijuana Policy Project.
But it’s also one of the most expensive states for medical marijuana.
Here are some of the other key points in the study: A marijuana legalization initiative has passed in Washington, DC, and is awaiting signature from President Joe Biden.
The District of Columbia also approved the measure in January.
A legalization measure approved by voters in Massachusetts is set to be approved in August.
And the California legislature passed a medical marijuana measure on November 6.
A marijuana law approved by Congress in 2012 would become law in 2018.
A bill in the Senate approved by a narrow margin in January would become a law in 2021.
The state’s medical marijuana program, which currently allows only a limited amount of marijuana to be legally sold in states that allow it, has expanded dramatically in the past decade.
The number of people who have medical marijuana licenses has more than tripled in the last three years.
Washington’s medical cannabis program now allows nearly 600 patients to grow up to six plants at home and cultivate up to four plants.
The Washington D.O.C. Initiative 502 has attracted more than 1 million signatures, according the state’s Secretary of State.
According to the Washington State Liquor Control Board, there have been nearly 9,000 applications for marijuana licenses.
About 8,000 of those have been processed.
And about 6,500 are in the pipeline.
A statewide petition drive to legalize recreational marijuana is set for the fall, and the state has passed a ballot measure that would allow people over 21 to possess up to an ounce of marijuana and grow up, smoke and consume up to 12 plants.
Washington is one of several states that have enacted legislation legalizing marijuana.
Eight states and the District of Colombia have legalized recreational marijuana, while Colorado and Washington, also in the western United States, have legalized the sale of marijuana for medical purposes.
But Washington has the largest population of recreational pot users, with an estimated 35,000, according a survey of state residents by the Marijuana Policy Institute, a Washington,D.C.-based nonprofit group.
The study also found that the number of licensed medical marijuana dispensaries has grown to more than 6,000.
About 500 of those are in Washington.
The D.M.C.’s program was the largest of all the states surveyed.
It has about 1,100 registered dispensaries in all, but it’s unclear how many are legal or licensed to sell pot.
The survey also found marijuana is still not legal in most other states, including Colorado, Oregon and Alaska.
Marijuana remains a federal crime.
It remains illegal under federal law to grow, possess or use marijuana, a violation that is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
There are currently more than 70 federal marijuana prosecutions pending in Washington state, according an investigation by the Associated Press and the Seattle Times.
Federal prosecutors are considering charging medical marijuana patients and providers with federal crimes, including distribution and distribution of marijuana, the AP found.
The AP also found more than $100 million in fines levied on Washington’s dispensaries in 2016, and at least six dispensaries have been convicted of violating the Controlled Substances Act.
That’s an increase of about $1 million from last year.
In some cases, medical marijuana providers have been charged under the federal Controlled Substance Act.
The government says marijuana is not the same as heroin, LSD, meth and other drugs, and that there is no scientific evidence to support marijuana use as a treatment for certain medical conditions.
The federal government has also not formally legalized medical marijuana, and has said that it won’t.
Some states have made efforts to legalize medical marijuana over the past few years, but most of those efforts have been blocked by federal courts.
The U.S. Supreme Court in 2016 ruled that marijuana is protected under the U.A.E. Constitution, which bans any use of the drug in certain circumstances.
Washington has been one of just three states that has legalized medical pot.
Others have legalized it on a statewide or congressional level, or on a county level, but not in all cases.
The bill before the state Legislature that will become law this summer will allow medical marijuana users to grow at home.
Some lawmakers in the state have also said they would like to see the law changed to allow adults to grow as much as six plants in a home.
A proposal to legalize marijuana for recreational use in the district of Columbia was also rejected by voters last November.
A federal law is expected to take effect in July.
It would allow the sale and distribution by marijuana users of up to a quarter ounce of pot per day.
But the state says that would be a violation of federal law and could lead to criminal charges.
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, a group that advocates for the legalization of marijuana across the country, has called for the U to