Marijuana is legal in Minnesota, but that doesn’t mean it is widely available in all its forms. At least not yet.
While products derived from Delta 8 THC and CBD have been on the market in the state since 2022, recreational marijuana in its pure form has only been legal for the past six months. Minnesota’s Office of Cannabis Management is taking steps to make sure recreational dispensaries will be ready to open in 2025.
“A lot of progress has been made to ... really get under way with rulemaking,” said Charlene Briner, interim director of the office, on Tuesday, Jan. 30.