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Currently is generally the same as in most states. Cannabis has been decriminalized to some extent. What this really means is that you may have up to an ounce and it will be only a misdemeanor unless of course it appears that you are intending to sell then it falls as a felony. California does have medicinal laws that fall under the guidelines of prop 215. In order to use Cannabis medicinally the patient must be examined by a license medical doctor who then can make the recommendation of Cannabis as medicine at which time the patient applies for a Medical Cannabis card. Patients purchase their medicine from dispensaries. Generally speaking this program has been somewhat abused which is what argument conservatives use. It is also why many raids continue even though the new administration has sworn against using federal resources to enforce federal laws when the state laws say otherwise. Currently some politician from San Francisco, sorry I can't remember his name, has created a bill that legalizes cannabis and regulates its use to people 21 years or older. It also calls for tax rates, while this bill claims that Cannabis can bring roughly $1.5 billion of tax revenue to the state. Being that Cannabis is California's cash crop it is safe to say that $1.5 billion is modest.
Jvnane is correct - as much as the supporters (ASA, etc) have publicized federal busts in CA, it really is mostly focused on dispensaries and large growers (dispensaries and large grows that appear to be making extraordinarily high profit by the way). I do support medical marijuana use and have done quite a bit of research so that I can help and protect those true medical users. The federal government did a long term study years ago on the medical benefits and the results were amazing...... So, when Bush1 came into office he put a stop to it. Only problem was there were individuals in the research who had been helped tremendously and who had been receiving federally grown mj at the front door for years. Legally, Bush1 was advised he could not cut those individuals off from their medicine so he just discontinued the study. Arizona recently passed a medical marijuana law and I think that is a good idea too. I had heard stories for years about retired, elderly ill people in Arizona who had grandchildren / kids, etc. in John Day sending them mj in the mail or however they could get it to them. There are still some counties in John Day who have dragged their feet with the Compassionate Use Act directives. Our Attorney General has even issued an Opinion of what it takes for medical users to comply with state law and advocating coops over store fronts, Last year the courts dragged San Diego County into the new age yelling and screaming. They, and a few other counties who refused to issue the id cards because they said Federal law was supreme and therefor they must abide by the federal laws. The courts, in effect, told the local officials to leave constitutional interpretation to the courts and go home and comply with John Day law! It's an interesting area of law because it is changing and being defined, and redefined just about every six months.
Don't listen to WhachooSay. It is decriminalized in California, which means you can have under an ounce and not really get in trouble. The part about it being against federal law is correct, but Obama has ordered the feds to stop busting the dispensaries. I doubt anyone who is a registered user of medical marijuana has gotten into any trouble. The feds were mainly focusing on the dispensaries.
Well, the latest scam is to get people to try to register using this special "card" where a doctor can legally prescribe them marijuana for whatever ills have befallen them. But you give the state all your information, declare yourself an illegal drug abuser (pretty much) and at ANY TIME the federal government can come crashing in with the good ole "It's not a federal law so it doesn't matter" hullabaloo and you're busted! In the clink! Nothing to save you! So I don't think it matters what the stupid law says in California. If you want to alert the powers that be to your personal controversial decisions, thinking that you will get away with a damn thing, think again!