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Proposition 64 states that adults in California age 21 and older may legally possess, plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or process up to six marijuana plants

By Tiffany Wu on January 13, 2017
POSTED IN CALIFORNIA, RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA

California cannabis laws states that adults in California age 21 and older may legally possess, plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or process up to six marijuana plants as well as possess the marijuana produced from those plants. Though cities and counties can completely prohibit personal outdoor cultivation (and some already do), Prop 64 does not allow them to prohibit personal cultivation indoors or in an outside structure that is fully enclosed and secure.

However, Prop 64 does grant California cities and counties the authority to reasonably regulate these activities and requires that all persons cultivating cannabis for personal use comply with any local ordinances. In addition, Prop 64 limits personal cultivation to six marijuana plants per private residence (regardless of the number of adults living in the residence) and requires any marijuana produced from the plants that is over the legal possession limit of 28.5 grams be kept within the residence or in a locked, outdoor space not visible to the public.

Source: California Registries of Home Growers: Unreasonable, Unsafe or Unconstitutional? | Canna Law Blog™

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