Kansas Recreational Marijuana Handbook
Kansas Marijuana Tax Rate
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2022 Kansas Recreational Marijuana Handbook
Kansas has 4 bordering states consisting of Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.
Recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado and is subject to a sales tax of 15.00%. There is also a 15% excise tax on all sales of recreational marijuana in Colorado.
Recreational Marijuana is illegal in Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma, so there is no tax on recreational marijuana in those states.
About Kansas Recreational Marijuana
Recreational marijuana is illegal in Kansas.
Have there been any atttempts to legalize recreational marijuana in Kansas?
Yes, there has been at least one attempt at legalizing recreational marijuana.
At this time Kansas does not allow medical marijuana. They have legalized CBD for medical use as long as it has no THC. In 2021, it has been proposed that the state legalize medical marijuana. On May 6, 2021, the Kansas House passed House Substitute (H. Sub.) for SB 158, which would create the Kansas Medical Marijuana Regulation Act and the Kansas Medical Marijuana Regulation. However, this has not been implemented yet.