California scrambles to implement new recreational pot law

Proposition 64, which allows California adults to possess, transport and buy up to an ounce of marijuana, won passage with 56% of the vote
Los Angeles Times (US)
Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Passage of marijuana-legalization initiatives in California and other states this week has given momentum to a national movement to decriminalize pot, but that could change with the election of Republican Donald Trump as president, activists said as state officials scrambled to make the new rules work. The cannabis industry also took stock of the massive market California represents, while police agencies, prosecutors, state regulators and tax collectors took steps on the day after the election to accommodate the new law. (See also: What will happen to your weed under Donald Trump)