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"MARIJUANA. INITIATIVE. Proposes a statute which would provide that no person eighteen years or older shall be punished criminally or denied any right or privilege because of his private use, possession or transportation for personal use, or cultivation for personal use of marijuana. Reasonable steps must be taken to shield cultivation from public access. Governing body of any city or unincorporated area has exclusive jurisdiction to prohibit and punish public use of marijuana by a fine not to exceed One Hundred Dollars ($100). Not to be construed to permit sale or commercial distribution."
Michael R. Aldrich, Ph.D., 2755 Franklin Street, #7, San Francisco, California 94123.; Sheila M. Delany, 310 Upper Road, Ben Lomond, California 95005; Donald B. Dibble, 810 Arosa P.O. Box 1295, Crestline, California 92325; Lawrence B. Goebel, 4134 Triangle Road, Mariposa, California 95338; Ronald C. Green, 3933-24Th Street, San Francisco, California 94114; Peter James, 1790 Clearcreek Road, Redding, California 96001; Eileen B. Janowitz, 2932 Washington Street, San Francisco, California 94115; Corey P. Mason, 1073 Market Street, Redding, California 96001; Frances L. Mcdermott, 1641 N. Alexandria Ave., Apartment 230, Los Angeles, California 90027; Thomas E. Plante, 1353 Lower Highland Way, Watsonville, California 95076
Failed to Qualify
Marijuana. California Initiative 79 (1973).