Alaska Legalized Weed 39 Years Ago. Wait, What?

Alaskans can currently lawfully possess up to four ounces of marijuana in their homes for personal use [and cultivate up to 25 plants], but still risk prosecution under existing state and federal statutes.

ALASKA:  Yes, you read that headline right. In 1975, the Alaska Supreme Court ruled in Ravin v. State that the right to possess, cultivate and consume small amounts of marijuana in the home was protected under the state Constitution’s right to privacy. As you might imagine, that ruling has faced some opposition over the years, and has been Read the full article…