Now that recreational marijuana is officially legal in California, you must know about the regulations about the drug when it comes to driving. Although you may be able to legally use the drug if you are over 21, it is still unlawful to drive while high. Driving under the influence of cannabis may result in DUI charges.
If you are feeling excitement to purchase recreational marijuana in San Francisco when sales become legal on January 1st, you may have to practice your patience. Despite the fact that the city as a whole is fairly supportive of marijuana legalization, the city is not going to issue permits until it passes equity laws to help people of color, former drug offenders and low-income entrepreneurs, according to an SFGate report.