LA voters could legalize delivery in Los Angeles by voting "Yes" on Measure M on March 7th.
Eaze commissioned a poll to San Jose voters on their opinions around medical marijuana delivery within the city and the current regulations which ban it. The results were consistent to what we hear across the state, that delivery is an essential component in ensuring patients have access to medical marijuana.
California voters legalized marijuana for adult use on Nov. 8 2016. The historic vote will take over a year to implement and leaves many wondering, “When can I buy recreational weed?”. While some laws and policies will take months to unfold, there are some immediate changes you can expect in the coming weeks. Here’s what we know about recreational marijuana as outlined in Prop 64.
Proposition 64, or the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (“Prop. 64”), is designed to allow the responsible use of marijuana by adults and establish a strict regulatory system to facilitate the transition to a legal market. Prop. 64 comprehensively addresses both medical and nonmedical use of marijuana, the regulation and licensing of businesses, taxation, revenue allocation and criminal penalties.
Eaze recently commissioned a poll to Los Angeles voters on their opinions around medical marijuana delivery within the city and the current regulations which ban it.
The backers of the leading California marijuana legalization initiative say they have collected enough signatures for the measure to qualify for the 2016 California ballot this November -- bringing California one giant step closer to legal regulated adult use of cannabis, or "recreational use" as it is known in other parts of the country.