This page summarizes the legality status of Delta-8 THC in all 50 states. We are not legal experts, this page is done purely via research online, and we reserve the right to be WRONG and LATE. We will attempt to update this page as much as possible when we hear of new legislation, but laws sometimes update quickly and quietly.
Delta-8 THC is federally legal and, with this status, has grown in popularity quite rapidly. This growth is no surprise; delta-8 offers what its outlawed cousin, delta-9, does in terms of a relaxing and calming high, minus the drawbacks such as paranoia, intensity, and illegality.
Even with federally legal status, individual states have the right to ban delta-8. Below is a breakdown of state by state offering the most up-to-date legality status for delta-8 THC products.
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