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With the cannabis industry continually evolving, it’s easy for its laws to get confusing. In 1996, California passed prop 215, the Compassionate Use Act, as the first state to legalize medical marijuana. With California’s 2016 approval of prop 64, the California Marijuana Legalization Initiative, cannabis is officially and legally recreational in the golden state. So, what do you do with your old doctor’s recommendations? And do you need the state issued medical marijuana card you keep hearing about? Both are

Learn the basics about seven common licenses for commercial cannabis in California. View a comprehensive list of CA cannabis licenses at a glance. November 2016 marked a historic vote in California approving the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Proposition 64) legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. With it came the legalization of cultivation, production, distribution, transportation and commercial sales of marijuana.  Although it is now legal in California, there are a lot of hurdles to jump through before you can legally participate in the

Prop 64 legalized recreational marijuana in California. As simple as it seems it also called for regulation, taxes, and prison reform. As the state government adapts to the newly legalized industry, there has been confusion on what the proposition entails. Here’s a simple breakdown of Prop 64, no grinder needed. What is California Prop 64? In 2016, California voters approved Prop 64, officially known as the “Control, Regulate, and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act,” (AUMA) to legalize recreational cannabis use for

Here’s what marijuana taxes are used for in California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. Learn how legal recreational cannabis sales are generating millions in tax revenue for improving schools to funding public health programs. The legalization of recreational marijuana across multiple states, meant tax revenue states had never seen before. With a large sum of money projected to be gained from this tax, states have big plans for the money from improving public schools to funding public health programs. It has

While smoking marijuana is recreationally legal in the state of California, you aren’t exactly able to smoke whenever and wherever you want. There are multiple laws outlining where you’re allowed to consume marijuana since Prop 64. If these laws aren’t abided by, the consequences could include a hefty fine or even a booking in the county jail. Listed below are some places you should avoid when you want to smoke weed in California. Non-Smoking Areas Smoking weed essentially follows the same

The cannabis industry is in a shapeshifting era of legalization. It has taken a lot of progress to get to this place in history, and California has been at the head of its progression. Here we take a look at California cannabis history for a glimpse of future possibilities. Scan over our timeline-at-a-glance through 2018 for a quick crash course. 1913: The Beginning of Criminalization In 1913, cannabis was added to the list of drugs banned in the Poison and Pharmacy Act,

Looking to check out your local dispensary? Get the 411 on how to legally buy cannabis in California. It’s fair to say that the legalities of the cannabis industry can still seem a little hazy. In 2016, prop 64 passed to legalize cannabis sales, but it took until 2018 for regulations on sales to begin. These newly imposed rules created confusion about how to legally buy cannabis. Doctor’s recommendations, Medical Marijuana Identification Cards, and recreational rights were all called into question,