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|San Joaquin||Stockton||16.80.195 Medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited. Apart from the one-patient-per-grow-site limitation in Stockton Municipal Code Sec. 16.240.020(f), the city of Stockton does not have any current regulations regarding personal cultivation of... Read more|
|San Joaquin||Lathrop||17.18.030 Findings. T. The city council finds that the public health, safety and general welfare of the city and its residents necessitates and requires the adoption of the ordinance codified in this chapter, prohibiting the establishment and... Read more|
|San Joaquin||Escalon||5.44.020 Prohibited. No person or entity shall own, manage, conduct, or operate any medical marijuana dispensary or participate as an employee, contractor, agent or volunteer, or in any other manner or capacity, in any medical marijuana dispensary... Read more|
|San Joaquin||Lodi||8.30.030 - Outdoor cultivation. No person owning, renting, leasing, occupying or having charge, possession, or control of any property within the city limits shall cause or allow such property to be used for the outdoor cultivation of any marijuana... Read more|
|San Joaquin||Tracy||A medical marijuana dispensary is not allowed, and shall be unlawful, as a principal use, conditional use, special use, or accessory use in any zone. (c) Medical marijuana cultivation is not allowed, and shall be unlawful, as a principal use,... Read more|
|San Joaquin||Manteca||Manteca Health and Safety Code 8.35 requires medical marijuana to be grown in a "secure enclosed structure." No collective cultivation of over twelve plants is permitted in residential districts, and a cooperative or collective must file... Read more|
|San Joaquin||Ripon||Outdoor cultivation is not permitted in the city. The ordinance also limits the number of plants that can be grown. Medical cannabis dispensaries and collectives in the city of Ripon will be prohibited under Ordinance 805, which was introduced July... Read more|
A San Luis Obispo cannabis business is suing the city for revoking its license following the conviction of its former owner on bribery charges.
Seventeen cities and counties have received a total of $100 million in state funds to help transition local cannabis businesses to the legal market.