Any marijuana delivery service in Memphis is operating illegally because weed delivery is illegal in the city and elsewhere in Kentucky. Although Kentucky recently passed a medical marijuana law, it is not expected to go into effect until 2025.
No, the City of Memphis does not have a legal medical marijuana delivery service. Medical marijuana, now approved under SB 47, will only become legal to use or purchase in 2025.
No, there are no legal recreational marijuana delivery services in Memphis. In line with Kentucky regulations, the City does not permit the sale or delivery of cannabis as the drug is illegal statewide.
No, you cannot order weed online. While a recently signed order by Governor Andy Beshear allows Kentuckians, including Memphis residents suffering from chronic medical conditions to possess and use small amounts of cannabis to treat their conditions, there are no legal means to order the drug in Memphis or Kentucky. Also, ordering weed from other states for delivery in Memphis is prohibited.
It is illegal to order weed online for delivery in Memphis.
Memphis marijuana delivery services are illegal. No weed delivery service has been approved to operate in the city.
Weed delivery is illegal in the city. There are currently no provisions to license or authorize any businesses to provide marijuana delivery in Memphis.
You cannot find a legal weed delivery service in Memphis as the city, per state law, makes no provisions for such a service.
It is illegal to use a marijuana delivery service in Memphis.