Marijuana usage for terminally and seriously ill patients, the state has yet to open its doors to any type of cannabis program.
In 2015, the state legislature approved the creation of a low-THC law, but the ultra-conservative Gov. Otter has caused Idaho to be among the six states in the U.S. that lack a law for low-THC oil use by qualified patients.
In 2016 an initiative was started to create a new chapter in Idaho’s constitution know as the Idaho Medical Marijuana Act, which again looks to provide access to medical marijuana for terminally ill patients.
No lawmaker in Idaho proposed a bill to improve marijuana policies in the state during the 2017 session, and it is not on the agenda for 2018