What Questions Do You Have About Marijuana in California?

A container holds paper cones full of cannabis that will be finishes and folded into ‘pre-rolls’.

A container holds paper cones full of cannabis that will be finishes and folded into ‘pre-rolls’. (Brittany Hosea-Small/KQED)

Last year California voters approved Proposition 64, also known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act.

The proposition made it instantly legal for adults 21 and older to possess and grow certain quantities of marijuana. But if you want to buy non-medical marijuana at a store, you have to wait until Jan. 1, 2018, when the state will begin issuing retail licenses.

That means we’re just over a month away from having legal weed stores in California. Holy smokes!

The Bay Curious team wants to know what questions you have about the law, pot culture, the marijuana industry or the drug itself. No question is off-limits, so ask away!

A few questions to get you inspired:
– How much is that edible really going to affect me?
– Will I really be able to just walk into a store and get marijuana?
– How will this impact prices?
– What are all the ways to consume weed legally?

We’ll answer a bunch of your questions in an upcoming Bay Curious podcast episode and web article on KQED.org.

What Questions Do You Have About Marijuana in California? 28 November,2017Olivia Allen-Price

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Olivia Allen-Price

Olivia Allen-Price is producer and host of the Bay Curious series. Prior to joining KQED in 2013, Olivia worked at The Baltimore Sun and The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va. She holds degrees in journalism and political science from Elon University. She loves to talk about running, ice cream and curly hair.

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