(Sacramento, CA) -- There's a new cannabis campaign in California. The state's Department of Public Health has created a Cannabis Public Education Campaign to inform the public on the legalization of cannabis in the state and its health impacts.
The campaign will aim to restrict access of cannabis and its products to anyone under 21 and talk about the penalties if caught using or growing cannabis illegally. The campaign will also discuss the potential harms of using cannabis while pregnant or breastfeeding as well as the harms of overuse. Recreational cannabis will be legal in the state on January 1st for adults 21 or older to possess, consume and cultivate. Residents can learn more about the campaign on the Public Health Department's website.