Yes. You are also asking for trouble by doing this in the backseat of your car at that time of day. While your medical use may excuse you, eventually the police are going to spot some weirdo in the back seat of his car smoking and give you some trouble. Be careful.
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It does. You would be violating 11362.79 if you smoke as you describe. The no-smoking police of your apartment complex actually violates the law by prohibiting medical marijuana use. Call Fran Campbell, a landlord-tenant attorney in Los Angeles, to write a letter to your landlord to prevent your eviction if you smoke in your apartment.
Yes, you would. I have attached the language of HS11362.79 for your review.
Stop this nonsense about smoking in the back seat of your car on the street outside your complex, and look into contesting the policy against preventing you from "self-medicating" within your own apartment.