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POPULATION POLICY. LEGISLATNE DIRECTNE. INITIATNE STATUTE. Declares California is experiencing extreme population crisis that is economically and environmentally unsustainable. Requires Governor and Legislature to develop comprehensive population policy that enhances quality of life and preserves the environment. Mandates this population policy expand access to family planning, encourage small families and responsible sexual behavior, and stop illegal immigration. Prohibits driver's licenses, reduced college tuition, or other benefits to illegal immigrants. Instructs California's congressional delegation to sponsor federal legislation limiting the yearly number of legal immigrants to the United States to 300,000. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The measure could have the following major fiscal effects: (1) Program savings to the state due to reduced expenditures for certain public services. These savings could be in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually. (2) Potentially major onetime costs, with annual costs in the tens of millions of dollars, to verify citizenship or immigration status of persons receiving benefits.
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POPULATION POLICY. LEGISLATIVE DIRECTIVE. INITIATIVE STATUTE. California Initiative 1056 (2004).