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MARIJUANA. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Adults shall not be punished criminally, denied rights, subjected to license requirements, or fined for possession, cultivation, transportation, or consumption of marijuana or hemp for personal use. Licensed physicians shall not be penalized for medically prescribing marijuana. Manufacturing, marketing, distribution, or sales of equipment, accessories, or literature for use in planting, cultivating, harvesting, curing, processing, packaging, storing, analyzing, consuming, possessing, or transporting marijuana or hemp for personal use shall not be prohibited. Amnesty and clearing of criminal records for prior illegal acts provided. Legislation prohibiting persons under marijuana influence from driving or endangering others is not affected. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: Due to uncertainties concerning several cost and saving factors potentially involved, the enactment of this measure would have an undetermined fiscal impact on state and local governments.
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Marijuana California Initiative 308 (1982).