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Stanislaus County

Stanislaus County is located in California’s Central Valley. According to the census of 2010, the population was an estimated 514,453, which is a significant increase from up from the 446,997 estimate during the 2000 census. The seat of the county is Modesto. Possession, Cultivation, and Sale of Marijuana in Stanislaus County Possession of marijuana in Stanislaus County is a non-criminal offense ...

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San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County is located in California’s Central Valley, with the San Francisco Bay Area to the west. The seat of the county is Stockton, and its population was estimated at 685,306 during the 2010 census. Marijuana Possession in San Joaquin County Possession of marijuana in San Joaquin County and most other counties in California has been decriminalized. The legal ...

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Merced County

Merced County is located in California’s Central Valley, with Fresno to the south and San Jose to the northwest. The seat of the county is Merced, and according to the 2010 census, its population was estimated at slightly fewer than 255,800. Merced County derives its name from the Merced River. Merced County’s Marijuana Laws Possession In Merced County, possession of ...

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Mendocino County

Mendocino County is located in California’s north coast with the San Francisco Bay Area to the south, and the Central Valley to the east. In the 2010 census, the county’s population was estimated at just over 87,800. The seat of Mendocino County is Ukiah. Mendocino County is known for its picturesque views of the Pacific, majestic Redwood forests, and its ...

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Madera County

Madera County is located in the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada of California, with Fresno County to the south. Within its borders is Madera-Chowchilla, and the seat of the county is Madera. According to the 2010 census, Madera County had a population of just slightly lower than 150,900. Cultivation Laws in Madera County Individuals legally allowed to use medical marijuana ...

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Kings County

Kings County is located in California’s Central Valley region. The seat of the county is at Hanford and like most counties in California, it generates much of its revenue from the agricultural industry. In the 2010 census, the county’s population was estimated at just slightly fewer than 153,000. Kings County’s Marijuana Cultivation Law Since November 2011, marijuana cultivation in Kings ...

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Kern County

Kern County is located in the Central Valley of California’s southern section. Spanning more than 8,100 square miles, the county is bordered by the southern Coast Ranges to the west and the Sierra Nevada and Mojave Desert to the east. In the 2010 census, Kern County’s population was estimated at just over 839,600, making it the eleventh most heavily populated ...

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Glenn County

Glenn County is located in California’s Central Valley. According to the 2010 census, the county’s population was 28,122. Glenn County’s seat is at Willows. Marijuana Policies in Glenn County Like all California countries, Glenn County is governed by laws that limit possession to 6 mature plants or 12 immature plants and 8 ounces of bud. These laws also stipulate a ...

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Fresno County

Fresno County is located in California’s Central Valley, with Stockton and Bakersfield as its closest neighbors to the north and to the south respectively. In the 2010 census, Fresno County’s population was estimated at more than 930,4000, making it the tenth most heavily populated county in California. The seat of the county itself, Fresno, is the fifth largest city in ...

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Colusa County

Colusa County is located in California’s Central Valley, northwest of Sacramento. In the census conducted in 2010, the population of Colusa County was estimated at 21,419. The seat of Colusa County is Colusa, and like most counties in California, a substantial portion of its revenue is generated by the agricultural industry. Colusa County’s Marijuana Policy California counties are normally governed ...

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