Prop. 64 FAQ

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Below are answers to commonly asked questions regarding Prop. 64.

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  • How does the passage of Prop. 64 impact public advertising related to recreational and commercial marijuana?

  • Can I now purchase recreational marijuana from a medicinal marijuana dispensary?

  • Can cities ban marijuana deliveries?

  • Can individuals sell the marijuana they have personally cultivated in their private residence to friends, family, and licensed stores when they eventually open?

  • When can individuals begin legally purchasing recreational marijuana from a licensed store?

  • How can individuals obtain a license to grow, transport, or sell marijuana commercially?

  • Can individuals now legally use marijuana at work?

  • Smoking marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school, day-care center, or youth center while children are present is illegal. What if a person lives within 1,000 feet of one of those facilities?

  • What are the consequences of getting caught smoking marijuana in public?

  • Can an individual possess an open container or open package of marijuana in their vehicle?

  • Does a city’s ban on commercial cultivation, personal outdoor cultivation, or retail sales of marijuana or marijuana products make it ineligible for state grant monies for law enforcement, fire protection, or other local programs addressing public health and safety associated with the implementation of Proposition 64?

  • Can a city ban personal indoor cultivation in all leased or multi-unit residences within the city?

  • Can a landlord ban the cultivation/smoking of marijuana on his or her property?

  • Will the use of recreational marijuana fall under the same rules and restrictions as cigarettes?

  • Does federal law recognize the legality of recreational marijuana?

  • Is it possible for a residence to receive legal approval to grow more than 6 marijuana plants?

  • How many marijuana plants can each person grow?

  • How much marijuana can a person legally possess?

  • How old do I have to be to legally possess and grow marijuana?