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California: Personal Adult Use of Marijuana

Proposition 64 Section 4. PERSONAL USE.

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The personal adult use section of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act 2016 (AUMA) initiative defines marijuana, legalizes it and establishes parameters for lawful use and responsible behavior. Age of consent at 21 years includes Legal adult use one ounce of marijuana and eight grams of concentrate, Grow six plants per residence and keep or give away the harvest, Lawful amounts not basis for search or seizure, No local bans on possession, sharing or discrete, enclosed gardens, Medical Marijuana exemptions. Responsible public behavior includes Open container rule, Marijuana DUI, Impairment issues, Workplace, Property rights, Infractions and tickets, Medical Marijuana exemption. Criminal statutes in Section 8. Continue reading California: Personal Adult Use of Marijuana

Prop. 64: Criminal penalty reductions and social justice

Proposition 64 Section 8. CRIMINAL OFFENSES, RECORDS, AND RESENTENCING.

The Adult Use of Marijuana Act 2016 did not repeal all the previous criminal penalties on marijuana but adjusted them downward and allows for more social justice. This section describes the remaining criminal penalties, downward resentencing for people with priors, destruction and expungement of records, early release from incarceration and juvenile justice.

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California industrial hemp laws

Proposition 64 Section 9. INDUSTRIAL HEMP.

This section of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) 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).

It amends the Health and Safety Code and the Food and Agricultural Codes, as follow:  Continue reading California industrial hemp laws

Prop. 64: Full text of the initiative passed by voters

The Adult Use of Marijuana Act

Official AUMA 2016 Campaign Website
Friends of AUMA 2016 Website
Compare current penalties to AUMA legalization
Learn what AUMA does and how it works for Californians
Drug Policy Action supports AUMA

The Attorney General of California has prepared the following title and summary of the chief purpose and points of the proposed measure:

MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Legalizes marijuana and hemp under state law. Designates state agencies to license and regulate marijuana industry. Imposes state excise tax on retail sales of marijuana equal to 15% of sales price, and state cultivation taxes on marijuana of $9.25 per ounce of flowers and $2.75 per ounce of leaves. Exempts medical marijuana from some taxation. Establishes packaging, labeling, advertising, and marketing standards and restrictions for marijuana products. Allows local regulation and taxation of marijuana. Prohibits marketing and advertising marijuana to minors. Authorizes resentencing and destruction of records for prior marijuana convictions.

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AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Structural components, modification

The Adult Use of Marijuana Act of 2016

This section includes the structural aspects of AUMA, such as its Title and Summary • Legislative Analyst’s Report • Findings and Declarations • Intent and Purposes • Amendment and Repeal • Construction and Interpretation • Severability • Conflicts with Other Initiatives

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AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Personal Adult Use of Marijuana

Proposition 64. Section 4. PERSONAL USE.

The personal adult use section of the AUMA initiative establishes the parameters of legal use and responsible behavior, including: Legal adult use one ounce of marijuana and eight grams of concentrate, Home gardens, Grow six plants and keep or give away the harvest, No local bans on possession, sharing or discrete, enclosed gardens, Lawful amounts not basis for search or seizure, Responsible public behavior, Medical Marijuana exemptions, Infractions and tickets, Open container rule, Marijuana DUI, Age of Consent at 21 Years, Impairment issues, Workplace, Property rights, Medical Marijuana exemption

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AUMA 2016, Prop. 64: Criminal penalties and social justice

Proposition 64 Section 8. CRIMINAL OFFENSES, RECORDS, AND RESENTENCING.

This section of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act 2016 does not repeal the current criminal penalties on marijuana but it adjusts them downward and allows for more social justice. This section describes the remaining criminal penalties, downward resentencing for people with priors, destruction and expungement of records, early release from incarceration and juvenile justice.

View a PDF comparing current penalties to AUMA

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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: 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