How much medical marijuana can a person legally have?
The amount of marijuana a person or their primary caregiver may legally possess for medical reasons depends on their state’s medical marijuana law.
In California, qualified patients and their primary caregivers may legally possess up to eight ounces of dried marijuana and/or six mature (or 12 immature) marijuana plants. However, the state allows patients to possess larger amounts of marijuana when it is recommended by a physician. Also,
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