Californians now have a right to grow six marijuana plants at home thanks to Proposition 64. But do they first need to secure a pricey city permit? A home inspection? A clear criminal record?

Cannifornian reporter Brooke Edwards Staggs talked with KABC 790 radio in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning about cities attempting to regulate what home marijuana gardens look like. It’s a rapidly evolving issue, and one that’s likely to be battled out in courts over coming months and years — as discussed in this recent story:

Staggs and KABC radio hosts also chatted about two marijuana measures on the ballot this March in Los Angeles, whether California will hit its target Jan. 1, 2018 deadline for licensing recreational cannabis shops and more.

Listen to the full interview below, starting at the 8:15 mark.

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