Delaware cannabis laws prohibit weed smoking in public locations. According to HB 2, cannabis smoking is not allowed in any place where the smoking of tobacco or e-cigarettes is banned. Per the Delaware Clean Indoor Air Act, smoking is not allowed in restaurants, bars, taverns, grocery stores, hospitals, clinics, gaming facilities, libraries, auditoriums, theaters, public meeting areas, courtrooms, daycare facilities, private home areas used for daycare, indoor sports arenas, and at least 75% of the guest rooms in any motel or hotel.
It is illegal to smoke weed in any form on transportation in Delaware. If you are caught smoking weed in a vehicle, you may be charged with driving while under the influence.
Adults of legal age (21+) can smoke marijuana for recreational use in Delaware. Younger medical cannabis patients with valid medical marijuana cards may use smokable medical cannabis forms to treat their conditions.
Weed smoking is recommended only for indoor consumption. Anyone caught smoking weed in public areas or on federal property will be punished in accordance with state or federal law.