A limited number of medical marijuana patients in North Dakota could be allowed a modest increase in monthly purchase limits under a bill introduced in the state Senate. Due to strict eligibility controls, the state has fewer than 9,000 medical marijuana patients, just over 1 percent of the population. Both edibles and home cultivation are illegal. According to the Bismarck Tribune, anyone buying cannabis flower or topical products is subject to a monthly limit: no more than 2.5 ounces at a time and no more than 4,000 milligrams of THC in topical or concentrated form. That limit could increase to 6,000 milligrams if Bill 2068, which recently passed the state Senate and is headed to the House, is signed into law, according to the newspaper. North Dakota voters rejected a modest proposal to legalize recreational marijuana use in November.
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