If you are 21, you can grow marijuana in California. But the rules vary by city. Here is what’s legal in Sacramento if you want to grow pot. Nick Perez The Sacramento Bee
If you are 21, you can grow marijuana in California. But the rules vary by city. Here is what’s legal in Sacramento if you want to grow pot. Nick Perez The Sacramento Bee

California Weed

See where you can buy recreational weed in Sacramento on Jan. 1

By Nathaniel Levine And Brad Branan

nlevine@sacbee.com

November 29, 2017 11:45 AM

Recreational sales of marijuana will begin on Jan. 1 in Sacramento, as the city now has multiple stores with the required city and state permits. A Therapeutic Alternative was the first shop to complete the permitting process on Friday.

Sacramento’s 30 medical marijuana dispensaries could apply for city and state permits to sell retail marijuana when it becomes legal on Jan. 1 under rules approved by the City Council in late November. This map shows the status of all of the dispensaries currently in operation:

 
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Source: City of Sacramento, California Bureau of Cannabis Control

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