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Voters in Montana have strongly supported a measure to legalize medical cannabis, however the state still has some of the harshest recreational cannabis laws in the United States.

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Hemp CBD oil is federally legal in the U.S. Individual state laws, however, are dynamic and some states have and will enact their own laws regulating hemp-derived CBD.

Medical Cannabis in Montana

Medical cannabis patients had a major victory in 2004 voting to pass Initiative 148 with 62% of the vote. Senate Bill 423 passed in 2011 expanded the state’s list of approved conditions. Since then the Montana government has enacted policies that create severely limited medical cannabis access. Voters recently passed an initiative that expands the program and removes the restrictions that had been preventing patients from accessing the medicinal cannabis they need.

Patients in Montana must have a written statement from a doctor and be approved by the state’s medical cannabis program. There are a number of qualifying conditions for medical cannabis which can be further researched at the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Marijuana Program website.

In November 2016, 58 percent of voters approved Initiative-182 to repeal what had been a three-patient limit for medical providers. Before this cannabis providers (caregivers) were limited to assisting 3 patients and were not allowed to accept anything as payment for the services or products they provided to medical cannabis patients. These limitations were repealed with the approval of Initiative-182.

Initiative-182 also amended the list of approved conditions to include one additional condition. As of November 2016, there were 7,785 patients currently enrolled in the medical cannabis program, with 6,765 that have no provider. There were also 522 providers in the state, and 172 physicians who had patients enrolled in the program.

Recreational Cannabis in Montana

Possession of any amount of cannabis without a medical license remains a serious crime in Montana. Any amount less than 60 grams is a misdemeanor, and even a first offense is punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a fine of $500. Subsequent offenses can be punished by as much as 3 years in prison, as well as $1,500 in fines. Possession of any amount above 60 grams is a felony.

Additionally, possession with intent to distribute, or sale/delivery of cannabis are penalized extremely harshly. Possession of any amount of cannabis, no matter how small, with the intent to distribute, constitutes a felony that can be punished by as much as 20 years in prison. Sale or delivery of cannabis is also a felony, carrying a mandatory minimum sentence of 1 year.

Cultivation of Cannabis in Montana

Montana became one of the first states to legalize hemp for industrial purposes. In 2001, Montana passed Senate Bill 261, which categorized industrial hemp as an agricultural crop, providing it contained less than 0.3% THC. The law also created licensing procedures for farmers to be allowed to grow hemp commercially. The law was largely symbolic at the time, as it also contained a request to the federal government to allow the law to be enacted without federal interference. Very few hemp growers have been licensed because of federal regulations so far however this will change as federal policies become more industrial-hemp friendly.

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About Montana (MT)

Indigenous peoples lived in the territory which is present-day Montana for thousands of years. Tribes encountered by Europeans and settlers from the United States included the Crow in the south-central area; the Cheyenne in the very southeast; the Blackfeet, Assiniboine and Gros Ventres in the central and north-central area; and the Kootenai and Salish in the west. Smaller tribes such as Pend d’Oreille and Kalispel lived near Flathead Lake and the western mountains. The Crow and related Hidatsas used a part of southeastern Montana and North Dakota as a corridor between the peoples.

The Louisiana Purchase in 1803 included land in Montana east of the continental divide. Following the Lewis and Clark Expedition, American, British and French traders engaged in the fur trade, mostly working with indigenous peoples, in the now eastern and western Montana regions. Although these dealings produced some material gain for indigenous tribal groups they also bought conflict between tribes and traders and certainly created exposure to European diseases and altered their economic and cultural traditions. Fort Raymond trading post (1807-1811) was constructed in Crow Indian country in 1807. Prior to the Oregon Treaty (1846), land west of the continental divide was disputed between the British and U.S. and was known as the Oregon Country. The first permanent European settlement in what is now Montana was St. Mary’s (1841) near Stevensville. Established in 1847, Fort Benton became the uppermost fur-trading post on the Missouri River. Settlers began moving into the Beaverhead and Big Hole valleys from the Oregon Trail and into the Clark’s Fork valley in the 1850s.

Gold was discovered in Montana at Gold Creek near Garrison in 1852. The period following 1862 saw a series of major mining discoveries in the western third of the state which included gold, silver, copper, lead, coal (and later oil) prompting a ‘rush’ attracting many thousands of miners to the region. The richest of all gold placer diggings was discovered at Alder Gulch, where the town of Virginia City was established. Other rich placer deposits were found at Last Chance Gulch, where the city of Helena now stands, Confederate Gulch, Silver Bow, Emigrant Gulch, and Cooke City. Gold output from 1862 through 1876 reached $144 million; silver then became even more important. The largest mining operations were in the city of Butte, which had important silver deposits and gigantic copper deposits.

White settlers began to populate Montana from the 1850s through the 1870s, creating disputes with Native Americans mainly over land ownership and control. In 1855 the Hellgate treaty between the United States Government and the Salish, Pend d’Oreille, and the Kootenai people of western Montana established boundaries for the tribal nations. The treaty was then ratified in 1859. Whilst the treaty eventually established Flathead Indian Reservation, problems with interpreters and some confusion over the terms of the treaty led whites to understand that the Bitterroot Valley region was opened to settlement. The tribal nations disputed those provisions and the Salish people remained in the Bitterroot Valley until 1891.

In 1866 the U.S. Army post Camp Cooke was established in Montana on the Missouri River, to protect steamboat traffic to Fort Benton. Issues to do with land ownership and control increased due to discoveries of gold in Montana and surrounding states. During the Great Sioux War of 1876 major battles occurred in Montana during Red Cloud’s War,  the Nez Perce War and in conflicts with Piegan Blackfeet. The most famous (or infamous) of these were the 1870 Marias Massacre, Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876, the 1877 Battle of the Big Hole and Battle of Bear Paw in 1877. The 1887 Battle of Crow Agency was the last recorded conflict in Montana between the U.S. Army and Native Americans and occurred in the Big Horn country. Indian survivors who had signed treaties were mostly required to move onto reservations.

At the same time as these conflicts were going on, bison, a major species and the main protein source that Native people had survived on for centuries were being destroyed. Estimates say there were over 13 million bison in Montana in 1870. In 1875, General Philip Sheridan pleaded to a joint session of Congress to authorize the commercial slaughter of herds to directly deprive the Indians of food. By 1884 only about 325 bison remained in the entire United States.

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