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You must be a permanent Washington DC resident


Be diagnosed with a qualifying condition listed below


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Qualifying conditions for Medical Card in Washington DC

Qualifying medical conditions:

  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
  • Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Glaucoma
  • Conditions characterized by severe and persistent muscle spasms, such as multiple sclerosis
  • Cancer

Qualifying medical treatments:

  • Chemotherapy
  • Use of azidothymidine or protease inhibitors
  • Radiotherapy
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is residency in Washington, D.C. a requirement to become a medical marijuana patient in D.C.?

Indeed, to be eligible, you must be a resident of Washington, D.C. and present two forms of proof of residency. Acceptable documents include:

  • Proof of payment for D.C. income tax from the most recent tax period
  • A deed for a property located in D.C.
  • A current lease or rental agreement for a D.C. address
  • A recent pay stub showing the deduction of D.C. income tax
  • A D.C. voter registration card
  • Documents showing receipt of financial assistance from the District Government, such as Medicaid, TANF, SNAP, among others
  • A current D.C. motor vehicle registration
  • A valid and unexpired D.C. identification card
  • Recent utility bills, which could be for electricity, water, gas, or cable services.

What does I71 entail?

Under Initiative 71 in Washington D.C., individuals aged 21 years or older are legally allowed to:

  • Possess up to two ounces of marijuana (recreational).
  • Use marijuana on private property.
  • Transfer one ounce or less of marijuana to another individual who is 21 years of age or older, provided no money, goods, or services are exchanged in the process.
  • Cultivate up to six marijuana plants within their primary residence, with no more than three of these plants being mature at any given time.

However, even with the enactment of Initiative 71, certain actions related to marijuana remain illegal. These include:

  • Possessing more than two ounces of marijuana.
  • Smoking or consuming marijuana in public spaces, or anywhere the public is invited, including establishments like restaurants, bars, and coffee shops.
  • Selling any amount of marijuana to another person.
  • Operating a vehicle or boat under the influence of marijuana.

Moreover, individuals under the age of 21 are still prohibited from possessing any amount of recreational marijuana. Importantly, Initiative 71 does not legalize the sale of marijuana.

What advantages does having a medical marijuana card in Washington D.C. offer?

Washington D.C. presents a unique case. The federal government is preventing the sale of adult-use cannabis in the District. Hence, while adult-use cannabis is legal, there are currently no recreational cannabis shops open in the state so there's no legal method to buy it within the city. On the other hand, medical cannabis sales in medical dispensaries are operational. As such, a mmj card remains the sole legal means to purchase cannabis in D.C.

Can I obtain a medical card without a Washington D.C. ID?

Washington D.C. allows the use of alternative forms of photo ID, such as a passport or military ID, along with another document proving your D.C. residency, such as a lease agreement or bank statement.

Is there a limit on the amount of medical cannabis for a patient?

The maximum amount of dried medical cannabis that any qualifying patient or caregiver may possess at any moment is 8 ounces

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