In Alaska, it's legal for adults 21 and older to possess and use recreational marijuana (from approved marijuana stores)... but there are limits.

You can possess and use recreational marijuana if you are 21 and older. If you are younger, it is illegal.

Licensed marijuana retail stores may sell small amounts of marijuana to recreational users of legal age.

You can possess up to 1 oz of marijuana outside the home.

It is illegal to travel with marijuana. You cannot take it on a cruise, ferry or airplane. It cannot be transported in or out of the state.

Consuming on public lands, cruise ships or in hotel lobbies is illegal. Check with your accommodations or tour provider to see if marijuana use is permitted in private areas.

Driving under the influence of marijuana is illegal. Consume Responsibly.

Each community has different rules. Check local ordinances online: commerce.alaska.gov

In-home growing is limited to 12 plants, out of public view.

More information available at State of Alaska Alcohol & Marijuana Control Office: commerce.alaska.gov/web/amco.

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