California began the legal and recreational sale marijuana Monday and there are already reports of hundreds lined up to buy it.
According to Los Angeles Times, The state has not yet issued a retail permit for a store in Los Angeles, which plans to issue local licenses in the coming weeks. At least 300 other cities, including Riverside, Fresno, Bakersfield, Pasadena, and Anaheim, don’t allow pot sales for non-medical purposes, according to industry officials.
Voters paved the way for today in November 2016, with Proposition 64 earning 57% approval. The ballot measure made California one of eight states to approve the sale of cannabis for recreational use. Those 21 and older can purchase and possess up to an ounce of marijuana for recreational use and to grow up to six plants in their homes.
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