When Californian voters approved Proposition 64 last year, their main motivation was simple: Allowing Californians to part of the state’s emerging medical cannabis movement and receive complete legal protection for their medical marijuana use. But the implementation of recreational marijuana policy; not so simple.
From January 2018, individuals 21 years and older will be able to purchase cannabis legally. But there’s a catch. Not every citizen will be able to buy it. The truth is that most cities are still not prepared to introduce the much-anticipated laws since the Bureau of Cannabis Control is still in the midst of developing an online system for businesses to apply for operating licenses.