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CANNABIS IN IDAHO-EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
IDAHO Marijuana Laws
- Per Idaho’s ODP website, “Marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance under Idaho Law. It is illegal for any person to manufacture, deliver, possess with intent to manufacture or offer, or possess marijuana, which refers to all parts of the genus cannabis plant, including any preparation of cannabis that contains tetrahydrocannabinol. It is illegal to use or be under the influence of marijuana publically.
- Under federal law and Idaho code, cannabis is still considered an illicit drug and a Schedule I Controlled Substance
- Possession of marijuana, up to three ounces or less is a Class A Misdemeanor, 1-year incarceration, and a 1,000 USD fine, possible community service, or a probationary period.
- Sales of any controlled substances is a Class E Felony; penalties range from 1 to 5 years and 5,000 USD to 50,000 USD depending on the pounds
- Cultivation of any Idaho controlled substances is a Class E Felony; penalties range from 1 to 5 years and 5,000 USD to 50,000 USD depending on the pounds
- Possession of drug paraphernalia (even on private property) is a Class A Misdemeanor; subject to a 1-year sentence, 1,000 USD fine
- According to Idaho Law, Sales of paraphernalia is a Class E Felony; 9 years in prison, 30,000 USD fine
- Public use of controlled substances will result in a Class A Misdemeanor with six months incarceration and a 1,000 USD fine
Cannabis Policy Reform Timeline
- 1927: Idaho, along with several other recent states, bans the cultivation, sale, possession, and use of cannabis.
- 2013: Idaho legislature puts out a statement rejecting the idea of ever legalizing cannabis for medical or recreational use.
- 2015: CBD derived from hemp containing no THC was legalized by registered voters in Idaho.
- Attempts were made and blocked for ballot access for medical marijuana reform in 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2020. 2020 seemed promising; however, the global pandemic halted any plans to move forward with legalization initiatives and signature gatherings.
- 2020: The Medical Marijuana Act 2022 was proposed to the Secretary of State for ballot submission in the 2022 November elections.
- 2021: Epidiolex CBD was approved for medicinal use. The Governor attempted to update signature laws for ballot submission to block the 2022 Marijuana Legalization initiative.
- 2022: The Idaho Supreme court blocked the Governor’s restrictive SB101 due to their current drug policy. This will allow signatures to be gathered so that Personal Adult Marijuana Decriminalization Act (PAMDA) can be presented to voters in November 2022.
Possession Limits in ID
- Possession is not allowed
Frequently Asked Questions
Visit These IDAHO Hotspots After Getting Your Medical Card
Shoshone Falls, located in southern Idaho, is a breathtaking natural wonder that attracts tourists from all over the world. The falls, also known as the “Niagara of the West,” are located on the Snake River and are one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States. The area surrounding the falls offers a range of outdoor activities and is a popular destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Shoshone Falls is an impressive 212 feet high and 900 feet wide, making it one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States. The falls are particularly impressive in the spring when snowmelt causes the Snake River to swell, resulting in a dramatic increase in water flow over the falls. During this time, visitors can witness the full power of the falls, as water crashes down into the river below with incredible force. Visitors to Shoshone Falls can enjoy a range of activities in and around the falls. The park surrounding the falls offers picnic areas, hiking trails, and scenic overlooks where visitors can take in the stunning views.
Craters of the Moon National Monument & Park
Craters of the Moon National Monument & Park is a unique destination located in the Snake River Plain in Idaho, United States. The park covers 750,000 acres and is known for its vast lava fields, volcanic cones, and other geologic formations, making it a must-visit attraction for geology enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. The park is a testament to the power of volcanic activity and is home to some of the most spectacular landscapes in the country. Visitors can explore a range of hiking trails that wind through the park, providing an opportunity to witness the remarkable geologic features up close. One of the most popular attractions at Craters of the Moon is the Lava Tubes, which are natural caves formed by molten lava that flowed through the region thousands of years ago. The caves offer a unique and otherworldly experience and are perfect for adventurous visitors looking for an unforgettable underground adventure. Another must-visit site at the park is the Inferno Cone, which is a steep volcanic cone that offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, established in 1872, is the first and oldest national park in the world, spanning parts of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. With over 2.2 million acres, the park boasts geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, canyons, and forests. Visitors can witness natural phenomena such as Old Faithful geyser and over 10,000 geothermal features, as well as view wildlife in their natural habitat. Recreational activities include camping, hiking, fishing, and boating. Additionally, the park has numerous historic sites and museums, including the Old Faithful Inn.