Landlords may legally prohibit marijuana-related activities By Cooljuno411, via Wikimedia CommonsCalifornia’s legalization of marijuana may prove a sticky situation to property owners and landlords, considering it’s in direct contradiction to federal law. ■ By Matt McPherson / Columnist Throughout California, the laws governing marijuana have changed dramatically in the past couple of years. Since proposition 64 passed last November, recreational use and cultivation has exploded across the state. In 2015, the state legislature passed The Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act, which created a full spectrum licensing system. Under federal law, however, trafficking and possession of marijuana still remain criminal offenses. So even though cities like San Jacinto have passed ordinances
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