Under Prop. 62 cannabis would be legalized for adults 21 and older. It would designate state agencies to license and regulate the industry, set up a system of taxes (medical patients are exempt from some), and set restrictions on things like packaging and marketing.
Easy to understand Guide. on prop 64. AUMA
Cannabis stores will be limited – Cities and counties can ban cannabis businesses. Will be easier for local governments to remove cannabis businesses.
Can grow your own cannabis (Limited) – Local governments can prevent you from growing outdoor plants. You can grow a max of 6 plants.
Possession of Cannabis – You will be allowed to possess up to one ounce of Marijuana.
Vaporizers Restricted – The use of cannabis vaporizers and e-cigs is prohibited.
Use in Vehicles – Consumption or possession of an “open container” of marijuana or marijuana products is prohibited while driving or riding as a passenger in a motor vehicle, aircraft, vessel, or other transportation vehicle.
Employment Rights – Does not change anything your job can still fire you.
Stores can’t sell blunt wraps – If a Business sells tobacco or alcohol they are not eligible to sell cannabis.
Branding – Farmers in Humboldt and Mendocino counties are well know for the primo cannabis. Outside areas won’t be able to use their names through clever branding.
Water drought – All plants will be required to have a bar-codes around each plant a key part of the measure’s track-and-trace program.
Edibles – Most edibles will disappear and they can be easily confused by commercially sold candy.
Advertisers – It means advertisers will have to pay attention to (and a lot of money for) things like Nielsen ratings and other industry data that break down audiences into demographics. 71.6 percent of the audience must be 21 and over.
No more social consumption – No public consumption would be allowed.
Welcome BIG GROWERS – It will give licenses to large growers, those with one acre or more of grow space by 2023 which is right around the corner.
Lobbing – The measure doesn’t seem to add additional state requirements to track lobbying lawmakers in Sacramento. So all these rules can be changed.
General Fund – No tax revenue will go to the general fund.
How much money for prop 64 – Raised over 18 Million dollars in funds for Yes on Prop 64.