- Ravin v. State (1975)
In November 2014, voters decided to legalize, regulate and tax recreational marijuana similar to alcohol by passing Ballot Measure 2. Alaska has already decriminalized personal possession of up to four ounces of marijuana. The state also has a medical marijuana program.
There are no chapters of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) in Alaska.
- Alaska at Wikipedia
- Alaska Laws and Penalties, NORML
- The Continuing Vitality of Ravin v. State: Alaskans Still Have a Constitutional Right to Possess Marijuana in the Privacy of Their Homes by Jason Brandeis
- Alaska Court Strikes Down Pot Law by Dean Schabner (October 14, 2003), ABC News
- Adults Have Privacy Right to Use Marijuana in the Home, Says Alaska Judge in Landmark Ruling (July 11, 2006), American Civil Liberties Union
- Alaska: Election Officials Affirm Legalization Measure Has Enough Signatures To Qualify For The 2014 Ballot by Paul Armentano (February 5, 2014), NORML
- Alaska: Election Officials Postpone Marijuana Legalization Vote To November by Paul Armentano (April 22, 2014), NORML
- Alaskans eye potential cannabis industry, but challenges remain by Laurel Andrews (May 18, 2014), Anchorage Daily News
- Alaska legalized weed 39 years ago. Wait, what? by Christopher Ingraham (September 24, 2014), The Washington Post
- Alaska Legalizes Recreational Marijuana by Johnny Green, The Weed Blog. Retrieved November 5, 2014.
- Marijuana Laws in All 50 States: Oct. 27 by Mike Adams (October 27, 2014), High Times. Retrieved October 29, 2014.
- Alaska NORML Chapters, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). Retrieved August 27, 2014.