Most recreational states allow for the possession of one ounce, but legalization in Michigan would let residents carry more than double that.
If voters choose to support legalization in Michigan this fall, they will be allowed to carry up to 250 joints at a time—depending on how fat they roll their joints.
The measure, which voters will see on their ballots on November 6, would allow Michiganders 21 and over to legally possess up to 2.5 oz (or 250, 1 gram joints) and store up to 10 oz at home with the ability to grow up to 12 plants.
Only Maine currently has similar regulations which offer the same amount for personal possession, but limit home grows to three mature plants. The standard across all other states that have legalized recreational marijuana appears to be one ounce, with the exception of the District of Columbia where the limit