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No, Tuolumne County is currently in the process of researchingcommercial cannabis activities.
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No, Tuolumne County is currently in the process of researching commercial cannabis activities.
No. A qualified patient who cultivates, possesses, processes, or transports medical marijuana exclusively for his or her personal medical use is not required to get a license.
No. Proposition 64 does not allow the sale of homegrown cannabis, whether whole plant, clones, clippings, or any product derived from the plant.
The Act establishes a dual licensing system between local cities and counties and the State. Businesses will be required to obtain a city, county, or city and county license, permit, or other authorization, before a business can apply for a state license.
Adults 21 years or older can possess up to one (1) ounce of cannabis and up to eight (8) grams of cannabis concentrates.
No. AUMA (Proposition. 64) prohibits smoking or consumption of medical and recreational cannabis in public places or in places where smoking tobacco is prohibited, which includes but is not limited to hallways and lobbies or apartment buildings and hotels, on the street, in schools, public parks and places of business open to the general public. Additionally, consumption or smoking of cannabis is prohibited within 1,000 feet of a school or youth area while children are present, except on private residential property provided smoking is not detectable by children.