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MARIJUANA. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Prohibits prosecution of persons 21 years or over for cultivation, transportation, distribution, or consumption of marijuana for industrial, medicinal, nutritional, personal use. Adds marijuana to list of available prescription medicines. Grants amnesty for prior offenses; permits destruction of criminal records. Authorizes legislative action regulating use of marijuana in enclosed, restricted public places or while operating vehicles or engaging in conduct affecting public safety. Prohibits testing for marijuana use for employment or insurance. Prohibits use of California law enforcement personnel or funds to assist in the enforcement of federal marijuana laws for acts no longer illegal in California. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The net fiscal effect of this measure is unknown due to uncertainties over how the measure would be interpreted and implemented, and whether federal marijuana laws would be repealed.
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Marijuana. California Initiative 665 (1995).