The end of the world is just around the corner, but at least you can be legally baked off your ass through the finale. Several states have just passed laws legalizing recreational and/or medicinal marijuana. Two of those states include Arkansas and North Dakota of all f*cking places. Here’s a breakdown of where you can take advantage of the green doctor or just become your own.

Arkansas: Medical marijuana will become legal for 17 qualifying conditions and a Medicinal Marijuana Commission will be created, with tax revenue being allocated to technical institues, vocational schools, and the General Fund.

California: The Golden state’s Proposition 64 will legalize marijuana and hemp under state law while enacting at 15 percent sales tax and a $9.25 per ounce cultivation tax. The law will also prevent licenses that would allow corporate money to create a monopoly on the industry.

Florida:
The law allows doctors to prescribe marijuana to those affected by cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, PTSD, Crohn’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, ALS, multiple sclerosis, or “other debilitating medical conditions of the same kind or class as or comparable to those enumerated.”

Maine: The Maine Marijuana Legalization Measure, known as Question 1, will legalize, regulate, and tax cannabis.

Massachusetts: Massachusetts’s residents may now possess less than 10 ounces in their homes and up to one ounce in public. Under the new law, those 21 years or older would also be able to grow up to six plants. The new Cannabis Control Commission will regulate the law and issue licenses to those wishing to sell marijuana while charging the sales tax and an additional 3.75 percent excise tax.

North Dakota: The North Dakota Compassionate Care Act, or Initiated Statutory Measure 5, will set up a system of nonprofit “compassion centers” to make medical cannabis available to people with a long list of qualifying conditions. The sparse landscape will allow patients to grow up to eight plants if they live more than 40 miles from a “compassion center.” Already enforcing some of the harshest marijuana laws in the country, North Dakota will keep cannabis users on a tight leash. The Health Department would be allowed to “perform on-site interviews of a qualified patient or primary caregiver to determine eligibility for the program” by entering the premises with only 24 hours notice.

Nevada: The Nevada Marijuana Legalization Initiative legalize pot for either medical or recreational purposes.

Check out this interactive map for a breakdown on the green states.