North Carolina Recreational Marijuana Handbook
North Carolina Marijuana Tax Rate
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2022 North Carolina Recreational Marijuana Handbook
North Carolina has 4 bordering states consisting of Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Recreational marijuana is legal in Virginia and is subject to a sales tax of 5.30%. There is also a 21% excise tax on all sales of recreational marijuana in Virginia.
Recreational Marijuana is illegal in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, so there is no tax on recreational marijuana in those states.
About North Carolina Recreational Marijuana
Recreational marijuana is illegal in North Carolina.
Have there been any atttempts to legalize recreational marijuana in North Carolina?
Yes, there has been at least one attempt at legalizing recreational marijuana.
There is a bill before the state senate entitled North Carolina Compassionate Care Act that was filed in April 2021 which would allow medical marijuana use for certain debilitating medical conditions including cancer, multiple sclerosis, and terminal diseases. The full senate could take up the bill in spring 2022.