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Here's what January 1 means for marijuana in California

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| You'll have to be 21 or older to buy recreational weed, you can't smoke it in public and you can get in a whole lot of trouble for giving it to a minor.

You can smoke weed in California — but it's still hard to buy it

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Want to purchase a joint at your local pot store Jan. 1? Good luck. Most California cities and counties have banned cannabis businesses.

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One of LA's best places to be a pot entrepreneur is...

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Most cities in Southern California aren't ready for legal pot sales or don't want them. But Lynwood already has businesses moving in and getting ready to grow.

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Why Hollywood needs to work on its portrayals of cannabis users

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Pot entrepreneur Andy Williams says Hollywood's outdated and sensationalized depictions of the cannabis industry need to change.

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He was prosecuted for selling weed. Now he wants to be the McDonald's of pot

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Virgil Grant started in the marijuana industry by wholesaling suitcases full of marijuana to people in Compton. Now, three decades on, he wants to run the L.A. market.

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The highs and lows of recreational pot — listeners weigh in

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With the legalization of recreational marijuana just around the corner, we ask how Southern Californians are feeling about it.

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Home Grown: How should you talk to your kids about pot?

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With Prop 64 passed, making the sale and use of recreational marijuana legal in California, the state has had to make some adjustments.

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How well does Larry Mantle know pot?

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We quizzed him in preparation for the rise of the recreational marijuana business in California.