Medical marijuana card reciprocity is when a medical marijuana patient of one state is allowed to use their medical card in another state; it essentially states that the states have similar laws in regards to the use of medical marijuana.
This means that if the state that you have your medical card in has reciprocity with other states, then you would be able to travel there and use your medical card from your home state. Florida however, does not accept medical marijuana cards from any other state.
Floridians may use their medical marijuana card in the following states where marijuana is either recreational or medically legal:
Alaska - Recreational (Can purchase up to 1 ounce)
Arizona - Medical (Visiting Qualifying Patients only)
Arkansas - Medical (Must provide Medical Card)
California - Recreational (Can purchase up to 1 ounce OR 8 grams of Concentrate)
Colorado - Recreational (Can purchase up to 1 ounce)
Hawaii - Medical (Allows for out-of-state patients to apply for their medical marijuana program)
Maine - Recreational (Out-of-state patients must register, they have a temporary registration that allows them to legally purchase cannabis from a dispensary. The possession limit is 2.5 ounces.)
Massachusetts - Recreational (Reciprocity regarding possession of Medical Marijuana)
Michigan - Recreational (Medical Dispensary can choose to accept out of state medical card; possession limit is 1 ounce)
Missouri - Medical (Reciprocity for those with valid Medical Marijuana Card; legal possession limit is 4 ounces)
Montana - Recreational ( Recognizes other states medical marijuana cards)
Nevada - Recreational (Recognizes all other states medical marijuana cards)
New Hampshire - Medical ( Recognizes medical cards if you have matching qualifying condition as NH)
Oklahoma - Medical (Temporary MM Patient application needed)
Oregon - Recreational (Anyone over the age of 21 can purchase up to 1 ounce)
Pennsylvania - Medical (Only recognizes out of state patients Medical Card if under the age of 18)
Utah - Medical ( Visiting patients must meet one of Utahs qualifying conditions)
Washington D.C. - Recreational (Recognizes other states medical marijuana cards)
This information and the laws on Medical Marijuana are ever changing, state by state. Marijuana is illegal federally to this date!! Before traveling, PLEASE double check the states laws when it comes to both Medical and Recreational Marijuana.