Marijuana has not been legalized for medical or recreational purposes in North Carolina, and no weed delivery service operates in the state. Cannabis is listed as a Schedule VI substance in the state's Controlled Substances Act. Legislative actions are ongoing to legalize cannabis for medical and recreational purposes and consequently allow weed delivery to eligible persons in North Carolina.
No. Medical marijuana delivery is illegal in North Carolina because medical cannabis use is still prohibited in the state. However, medical marijuana could be legalized soon in the state as legislation, Senate Bill 3 (SB 3), is currently under debate. Also known as the North Carolina Compassionate Care Act, SB 3 seeks to permit qualifying patients aged 21 years or older in the state to use cannabis for medical purposes.
No. North Carolina residents are prohibited from using recreational cannabis or engaging in any recreational marijuana activity, including weed delivery services. A bill introduced to legalize adult-use cannabis in the state, Senate Bill 765, is still pending. If passed, SB 765 would allow adults in North Carolina to possess, use, and purchase marijuana for recreational purposes. Also, under SB 765, Section 18D-404(b)(2)(d), licensed retail marijuana stores would be permitted to sell recreational cannabis using weed delivery services.
No, it is currently impossible to order weed online in North Carolina. The state has not legalized cannabis for medical or recreational usage.
North Carolina prohibits purchasing marijuana or marijuana products by any means, including through delivery services.
It is illegal for anyone, regardless of age, to use, possess, or purchase marijuana or use weed delivery services in North Carolina.
Currently, no individual or entity can operate a weed delivery service in North Carolina. Marijuana remains a Schedule VI controlled substance under the North Carolina Controlled Substances Act, and it is illegal to sell or deliver it to anyone in the state.
No legal marijuana delivery service operates in North Carolina because the substance is still considered illegal.
Marijuana delivery service is still prohibited in North Carolina because cannabis has yet to be legalized in the state.
No. Weed delivery service is not available in any North Carolina city because medical and recreational marijuana are illegal in the state.