Category Archives: Adult Use of Marijuana Act: Prop. 64

AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Commercial regulation and control

Proposition 64 Section 6. MARIJUANA REGULATION AND SAFETY.

This section deals with the commercial regulation aspects including Definitions, Administration, Advisory committee, Enforcement, Licenses, Labeling requirements, Lab testing, Local regulation, Anti-monopoly / anti-price fixing, Renames bureau.

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AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Medical Marijuana Provisions

Proposition 64 Section 5. USE OF MARIJUANA FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES.

The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) retains the following state laws: Prop 215 Compassionate Use Act, HS 11362.5; AB 243 & 266, SB 643 MMRSA Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act, Business and Health and Safety Codes; SB 420 Medical Marijuana Program Act, HS 11362.7 et seq., as amended by MMRSA. The statewide immunity on collective defense will expire in 2018, whether or not the AUMA initiative passes. In addition, AUMA provides for expanded privacy rights, more affordable state ID cards, protects custodial rights, allows for repeal of prohibition laws.

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AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Marijuana tax and use of funds

Proposition 64 Section 7. MARIJUANA TAX.

This section sets the taxes on commercial marijuana production and organizes its distribution and oversight, including: Excise tax of 15% on retail cost, Production tax $9.25 per ounce of flowers or $2.75 per ounce of leaf, Assessment of taxes, Inspections and accounting, Review, California Marijuana Tax Fund, Disbursements, Community grants, Youth programs and job creation   Continue reading AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Marijuana tax and use of funds

AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Industrial hemp in California

SECTION 9. INDUSTRIAL HEMP.

This section provides for the production and processing of industrial hemp as a small scale to large scale agricultural crop and manufacturing resource. It allows for more groups to conduct research and allows smaller projects down to 1/10 of an acre plots (formerly 2-5 acres minimum).

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