The site is the first step in the state's public education campaign to inform California residents about the drug as it becomes more widely used and available.

SACRAMENTO - Every day, Anna Denny encounters people who know their way around a joint.

Denny owns Elevated 916, a smoke shop in north Sacramento that sells tobacco products and smoking accessories.

But many of her customers don’t limit their smoking to tobacco. Because they’ve been there, done that, Denny just can’t imagine them using a new state website that offers resources — and plenty of warnings — about the use of marijuana now that lighting up recreationally is legal in California.

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Ana B. Ibarra ~ Kaiser Health News via DailyNews.com ~

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