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Bars state and local laws that restrict patients’ ability to obtain, cultivate, or transport medical marijuana, including concentrated cannabis, in any way that does not apply equally to other plants. Bars state and local laws that create a non-competitive market for medical marijuana. Broadens the definition of marijuana under state law to include all parts of, and anything made from, the marijuana plant. Bars state and local laws that restrict doctors’ ability to recommend marijuana to patients in any way that does not apply equally to herbal or therapeutic treatments. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Potential change in tax revenue related to sales of medical marijuana of either an increase or a decrease of tens of millions of dollars annually, depending on how the measure is implemented by the state and federal governments.
Craig Beresh; Jeffrey Byrne; Lanette Davies; Richard Fenton; Kandice Hawes; Donna Lambert; Ronald Mullins; Eric Salerno; Deborah Tharp; Kathie Thelen; Randall Welty
Failed to Qualify
MEDICAL MARIJUANA. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. California Initiative 1680 (2015).