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CaliforniaPotDemoImageFlickrViaSFWeekly

California Leads Nation in Legal Marijuana Sales

More than a quarter of all legal cannabis in North America is sold in California, despite much stricter laws than Colorado or Washington.

Literally anyone age 21 or over can buy marijuana in Colorado and Washington, and this has been well-known for years.

California, despite the passage of Prop. 64 legalizing recreational cannabis use, still weeds out most buyers by requiring they have a Medical Marijuana ID card. That requirement will remain in place for at least the rest of 2017.

Even with the additional bureaucratic burden of requiring a medical card, California still sells a lot more legal marijuana than the far more permissive states of Washington and Colorado.

Read More at SFWeekly.com

 



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