New regulations for recreational marijuana use in California passed

New regulations for recreational marijuana use in California passedCalifornia released new regulations last week for the state’s marijuana market, less than two months before the drug becomes legal for recreational use in the state. In November 2016, California joined four other states in legalizing both medicinal and recreational marijuana, including Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington. The recreational drug will become legal in California on Jan. 1, as outlined by Proposition 64, or the Adult Use of Marijuana Act.  The law authorizes individuals 21 years or older to use marijuana recreationally. Read The Rest Of The Article: 

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