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Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window. Updated 2 hours 38 minutes ago Marijuana may be legal in California, but that doesn’t mean Jeri Jirsa can light up any time she would like – which is often, thanks to the pain and mood problems she experiences from the muscle condition fibromyalgia. Like a majority of residents in the city, Jirsa lives in rental housing and her ability to consume cannabis is controlled by a landlord who has said no. When California voters 15 months ago passed Proposition 64 – formally known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act – it didn’t create a lot of options for where people 21 and over can legally consume pot. They can smoke at home, if they own the house. San Francisco allows pot-smoking lounges. Is Sacramento next?

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