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California Prisons Continue To Ban The Use Of Marijuana For Inmates

by Travyan Suttle


California Prisons Continue To Ban The Use Of Marijuana For Inmates

by Travyan Suttle


California Prisons Continue To Ban The Use Of Marijuana For Inmates

The Supreme Court has ruled that marijuana use and possession will not be allowed in California State Prisons. 

\This decision comes on the heels of the approved proposition 64, which states that all adults age 21 and over are allowed to legally possess up to an ounce of marijuana for personal use. 

California prisoners who are caught with marijuana while in jail will still be disciplined and can face additional time behind bars. 

There were a few appellate courts that objected to this decision stating that the purpose of Prop. 64 was to remove all prosecutable marijuana offenses. 

California is still one out of only 19 states where recreational marijuana use is legal.