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Sep 25

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Sep 24

weedporndaily:

Guide to California Cannabis Law
Cannabis-related legislature enacted:
Proposition 215
SB420
The California Compassionate Use Act, or Proposition 215, was enacted by voters and took effect on November 6, 1996 as California Health & Safety Code 11362.5. The legislation makes it legal for patients with a physician’s recommendation and their primary caregivers to possess and cultivate marijuana for their personal medical use.
SB420 went into effect January 1, 2004 as California H&SC 11362.7-.83. The legislation supplements Prop 215 by allowing patients to form “collectives” or “cooperatives” to cultivate medical cannabis. It also formed a voluntary state ID card system run through county health departments. Limitations on patient possession and cultivation were also established, and patients were ensured protection from arrest if the guidelines were met.
Common Questions:
How much can I possess?
How much can I grow?
What is a caregiver?
Can I be arrested under Federal law?
Who qualifies as a physician?
Which illnesses are recognized?
Where can I get medical marijuana?
Can I sell medical marijuana?
Can I be drug tested and fired from work?
Can prisoners or probationers use medical cannabis?
How can I start a collective?
Does California recognize out-of-state recommendations?
Can a minor obtain a medical marijuana card?
Can I grow or use medical marijuana in a home with children?
Can I own a firearm and a medical marijuana card?
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weedporndaily:

Guide to California Cannabis Law

Cannabis-related legislature enacted:

The California Compassionate Use Act, or Proposition 215, was enacted by voters and took effect on November 6, 1996 as California Health & Safety Code 11362.5. The legislation makes it legal for patients with a physician’s recommendation and their primary caregivers to possess and cultivate marijuana for their personal medical use.

SB420 went into effect January 1, 2004 as California H&SC 11362.7-.83. The legislation supplements Prop 215 by allowing patients to form “collectives” or “cooperatives” to cultivate medical cannabis. It also formed a voluntary state ID card system run through county health departments. Limitations on patient possession and cultivation were also established, and patients were ensured protection from arrest if the guidelines were met.

Common Questions:

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