In Washington, marijuana is legal for both medical and recreational use.
The adult possession, in private, of 1 oz or less of cannabis for personal use carries no criminal or civil penalty. Public consumption of cannabis of 1 oz or less of cannabis is punishable by a civil penalty. Possession of 1 oz–40 g of cannabis is a misdemeanor, possession of larger quantities of cannabis is a felony.
Possession of up to 16 oz of marijuana-infused product(s) in solid form, up to 72 oz of marijuana-infused product(s) in liquid form and up to 7 grams of marijuana concentrate also carries no criminal or civil penalty.
Possession of any amount of cannabis with intent to distribute is a felony, punishable by up to 5 years in jail and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
Marijuana sales allowed for licensed entities. Cultivation of marijuana is a felony regardless of the purpose.
Registered medical marijuana patients may possess up to 3 oz of usable marijuana, cultivate up to 6 plants and possess up to 8 oz of usable marijuana from own plants.