Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can I use this website?

420 Vendor List ( was created to link and develop the cannabis community. Our community is ideal for you whether you’re a medical marijuana patient, a grower, or simply interested in the industry as a whole. As a consumer, you can discover and evaluate reputable and i71 compliant marijuana providers.

Visit our event listings to find out what events are happening today if you want to go to a marijuana fair or meet up tonight.

You may reach more clients and expand your business as a vendor or host.

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What are the marijuana laws in Washington, DC?

It is legal for individuals 21 years of age or older to:

  • Possess two ounces or less of marijuana
  • Cultivate up to six marijuana plants within their primary residence, and no more than three of which are mature.
  • Consume marijuana on their own private property, however not in public buildings
  • Transfer one ounce or less of cannabis to another individual as long as: (1) no money, products, or services are exchanged; and (2) the recipient is at least 21 years old.

Because direct marijuana sales are prohibited, it is given in exchange for donations. You obtain a “gift” in return for purchasing a legal item like a sticker or t-shirt. There’s more information about how this works here.

What are the marijuana laws in Maryland?

In Maryland, marijuana is not legally available for recreational use, but it is legal for medical purposes. To qualify, you must obtain a recommendation from a certified doctor. You may obtain one at Veriheal here.

How can I get a medical marijuana card?

Getting a medical card in D.C. or Maryland is quite simple. To begin, acquire a recommendation from a licensed doctor. Continue reading to learn how to get started.

What is Initiative 71, and what does it do?

Initiative 71 is a Washington D.C. voter-initiated ballot measure that legalizes the possession and cultivation of limited amounts of cannabis by adults 21 years or older in the nation’s capital. It took effect on February 26, 2015, after passing by 64% of the vote during the November 4, 2014 general election. The law allows adults to possess up to two ounces of cannabis and grow up to six plants in their homes, though the sale of cannabis remains illegal.

Because direct marijuana sales are prohibited, it is given in exchange for donations. You obtain a “gift” in return for purchasing a legal item like a sticker or t-shirt. There’s more information about how this works here.

Is it necessary to get a card in order to buy marijuana in Washington, DC?

No. You only need to be 21 years old and do not have to reside in D.C. or be a medical marijuana patient.

Marijuana is legal for recreational use in Washington, D.C. But there are a few things to keep in mind.

  • First, it’s illegal to smoke marijuana in public. So if you’re planning on smoking up, make sure you do it in a private setting.
  • Second, it’s illegal to sell marijuana without a license. So don’t go looking for weed on the street.
  • And finally, while it’s legal to possess weed, it’s still illegal to purchase or sell it across state lines. So if you’re visiting from another state, make sure you leave your weed at home.

For more information on Washington D.C.’s marijuana laws, check out the here.

Is it legal for me to buy cannabis if I am under the age of 21?

No, if you are under the age of 21, you cannot buy marijuana in D.C. It’s as simple as that.

In some states, it is legal for adults aged 21 and older to purchase cannabis, while in others the minimum age for purchase is higher. It is important to check the laws in your state before making any decisions about purchasing cannabis.

Is it legal for me to get weed in Washington DC If I'm from a neighboring state?

Yes, provided you are at least 21 years old it is illegal to possess marijuana in any form in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is unique in that it is not a part of any state. This means that there are different laws in place for weed in D.C. than there are in the states surrounding it.

How can I have my business listed on the website?

To be included in our cannabis directory, you must first sign up. Once you’ve created an account, you may either claim a previously established listing or start from the scratch.

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