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"I don’t see how this whole process is going to be up and running and ready to go January 1, 2018."
If you smoke a lot of marijuana and forget to take care of your kids, there will be problems.
"You're in for the ride. You just gotta buckle up, put on a funny movie and just try to tell yourself that everything's going to be OK."
Marijuana's legal in California and we're here to answer your questions about it. This week: what are the best stocks? Can you gift pot for Christmas? And can you smoke it while on probation?
As a matter of fact, it can. That's thanks to the federal Firearms Transaction Record you have to fill out before a purchase. It asks about marijuana use, which is still a federal crime.
While growing and smoking marijuana might be legal in California, that doesn't necessarily mean that you can grow and smoke it in your own home.
Despite what you might've heard, it's not legal to smoke weed in public. We answer questions about that and more from our listeners.
As of two weeks ago, getting caught transporting 50 pounds of marijuana could have resulted in a felony charge. Not any more.
"Whether you're mom-and-pop or whether you're ... investing in 10- and 15-million-dollar projects, I think California will have some room for everybody."
Californians have legalized recreational pot, the Associated Press projects, but you can't buy it in California tomorrow and probably won't be able to until 2018.
Nearly 600 students and staff gathered at USC's Wallis Annenberg Hall to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet on stage for a final time. Take Two was there.
The presidential candidates' third and final debate Wednesday left some students saying they plan to skip the top of the ballot.
"If intelligence falls into the category of warfare...then yeah, I think you can make that argument that we're seeing an aspect of cyberwar here."
"We're used to thinking next year the drought's going to end or it's going to end after two years or three years... This might not be a three to five year thing."
California's Prop 64 would make recreational marijuana legal in the state. If the law passes, it would mean a big shift in the way the Golden State — already the largest market for pot in the U.S. — regulates marijuana.