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Are private individuals legally authorized to cultivate non-medical marijuana at home beginning November 9, 2016?

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Answered by Harvey Specter
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Yes, private individuals are legally authorized to cultivate non-medical marijuana at home within
a private residence if they are 21 years and older for personal use. According to Adult Use of
Marijuana Act nearby governments can sensibly direct, yet can't boycott the indoor cultivation of up to
six non-medicinal marijuana plants which can be in a nursery that is on the property of the habitation.
Since this is not subject to state permitting prerequisites, people may take part in individual indoor
cultivation starting November 9, 2016, unless a city orders a law forcing an administrative plan. Nearby
governments may manage or boycott all personal outdoor cultivation. Adult Use of Marijuana Act
includes language which indicated to nullify any statute that bans individual open air development
upon the California Attorney General's assurance that non-medical utilization of marijuana is legal
under federal law. 
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