Athen's home state, Georgia, has a low-THC Oil Registry under which individuals living with certain ailments can access medical cannabis oils containing no more than 0.5% THC. However, the state's medical marijuana law does not allow low-THC oil delivery in any part of Georgia, including Athens. Qualifying patients must purchase their medications in person at state-licensed dispensaries. Georgia has yet to legalize adult-use cannabis, so it is illegal to operate a recreational marijuana delivery service in Athens.
No, it is illegal to deliver medical cannabis in Athens. Athens' home state, Georgia, has a restrictive medical cannabis law, HB 324, permitting qualifying patients safe access to low-THC cannabis oils with no more than 0.5% THC. However, state law does not allow low-THC cannabis oil delivery.
No. Recreational marijuana is illegal in Georgia and, as such, cannot be delivered in Athens.
No. Georgia's Hope Act (HB 324) makes no provisions for online ordering of low-THC cannabis oil in Athens. Qualifying patients must visit Georgia-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in person to refill their low-THC cannabis oil prescriptions.
Recreational marijuana is prohibited in Athens, and no amount can be ordered for delivery in the city. Also, qualifying cannabis patients cannot order low-THC cannabis oil for delivery.
Weed delivery services are prohibited in Athens.
It is unlawful for anyone or business, including licensed medical marijuana dispensaries, to provide weed delivery services in Athens.
There are no weed delivery services in Athens.
No, as there are no weed delivery services in Athens or any part of Georgia.