Roseville resumes recreational marijuana debate

When California voters passed Proposition 64 in November, allowing recreational use of marijuana across the state, it came with the caveat that communities would still have broad discretion to set local regulations.

In Roseville, and Placer County in general, this means a fairly limited set of options for people who want to use marijuana.

On May 25, the Roseville Planning Commission is scheduled to consider an amendment to the city’s medical marijuana ordinance passed last year.

The ordinance allows only medical marijuana patients or qualified caregivers to grow up to six plants, but it prohibits marijuana dispensaries, testing laboratories and recreational delivery in more at