Effort to legalize marijuana makes California ballot

Article by Brooke Edwards Staggs, The Orange County Register

Medical marijuana is shown inside a medical marijuana dispensary.

It’s official: Come Nov. 8, Californians will be voting on whether to legalize recreational marijuana.

An initiative that would allow adults to consume cannabis became eligible for the ballot Tuesday, after election officials verified it had received more than the required 365,880 valid signatures.

If it’s approved by voters, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act will allow Californians 21 and older to possess up to an ounce of marijuana, up to 8 grams of concentrated cannabis and up to six plants.

The citizen-driven initiative builds on the state’s new medical marijuana regulations, with provisions for licensing, testing, labeling and advertising.

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