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By teaming up with the feds to form task-forces, local cops can help enforce federal law, while federal agents can crack down on weed businesses.
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California legalizes marijuana for recreational use Monday, but that won't stop federal agents from seizing the drug — even in tiny amounts — on busy freeways and backcountry highways.
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Ideally, as in the years after Prohibition, trust and market forces will bring growers out of their hideouts in vulnerable hills and forests, and onto the valley floors with the rest of California’s farmers.
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"it could take weeks before those businesses are properly licensed with the city and state and open their doors."
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As 2017 draws to a close, millions of Californians are anticipating the rollout of Proposition 64: the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA). Prop 64 would make it legal for any adult 21 or older to purchase marijuana and cannabis products.

But that assumes that this previously unregulated, multibillion-dollar industry will be fully operational under all of the new complex regulations come January 1, 2018—less than a month away.

And it won’t. At least not completely.
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As we countdown to legalization on Jan. 1, we give you some updates on California’s new marijuana laws and regulations. Many cities and counties will not be ready for recreational sales, so we advise getting or renewing your medical marijuana recommendation if it’s set to expire before the new year.
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"For one thing, not every dispensary open today will be granted a temporary or annual license to sell recreational pot, in part because some dispensaries operate without the blessing of their local government. To get a temporary license, retailers have to show the BCC that they have permission to operate from their home city."
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These new regulations will be in effect Jan. 1st. 2018
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