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Provides that patients qualified to use marijuana for medical purposes shall have the right to form an association for purposes of cultivating, processing and distributing medical marijuana within their association, and to recover reasonable costs incurred. Provides that neither the state nor any local government may prohibit operation of a medical marijuana patient association, including a storefront, unless a court finds it is an actual nuisance. Provides that medical marijuana patients have a property right to own and possess medical marijuana.Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Additional state and local tax revenues potentially in the low tens of millions of dollars annually from an increase in taxable sales of medical marijuana.
Jeffrey Jarvis; Linda Jarvis; Heather Epps; Elizabeth Clarke; Philip Ganong
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MEDICAL MARIJUANA. PATIENT ASSOCIATIONS. INITIATIVE STATUTE California Initiative 1579 (2012).