California’s Legal Retail Marijuana Sales Begin January 1

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SACRAMENTO, CA — Select retailers in California will begin engaging in adult use marijuana sales on the morning of Monday, January 1, 2018.

California joins Alaska, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington in permitting cannabis sales to those over the age of 21.

Two additional states – Maine and Massachusetts – permit adults to legally possess and grow cannabis, but have yet to enact regulations permitting the plant’s commercial cultivation and sale.

Under California law, retailers must possess a state license and also be compliant with local regulations.

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Numerous municipalities — including Berkeley, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and Los Angeles — have approved local regulations to permit marijuana retailers. Existing medical cannabis dispensaries are allowed to engage in adult use sales if they possess dual licensing.

Separate regulations governing the production, testing, packaging, and sale of medical cannabis also take effect on January 1. The regulations are the first broad set of rules governing medical cannabis production in California since voters approved of the practice in 1996.

Tags: Amendment 64, California, California marijuana legalization, retail mairjuana, retail marijuana sales

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