By Debbie Schipp
California’s progression to legalising marijuana hasn’t been all peace-out and chill.
First, many of the new commercial operations set up to grow and supply legal marijuana were burnt out in wildfires late last year.
Then on January 1, when adult recreational use became legal, few places had completed the necessary paperwork or received their licences to legally sell cannabis.
Medical pot stores, which have been legal in California for more than two decades, must receive new state permits to continue operating and many haven’t arrived yet.
But now, there’s also cautionary tale for any tourists visiting California who might like to smoke cannabis.
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