Prop 19 - Marijuana Regulation And Taxation
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    The Cannabis Control, Regulation and Taxation Act of 2010
    - Allows people 21 years and older to possess, cultivate, or transport marijuana for personal use.
    - Permits local government to regulate and tax commerical production, distribution, and sale of marijuana to people 21 years or older.
    - Prohibits people from possessing marijuana on school grounds, using in public, or smoking it while minors are present.
    - Maintains prohibitions against driving while impaired.
    - Limits employers' ability to address marijuana use to situations where job performance is actually impaired.
    Prop 19 Analysis
    Related Legislation
    Senate Bill 1449
    Reduces adult possession of an ounce or less of marijuana from a misdemeanor to an infraction in many cases. Signed into law Sept. 30, 2010.
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    #colorado by itself has already made over a BILLION dollars from taxing weed. But the country is still broke #DumbFucks #FigureItOut

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    legalizing pot would take away revenue from drug cartels

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    RT @HeadsNews: How Timothy Leary's 1969 Supreme Court case is impacting pot taxation in Colorado. http://t.co/gGsSNxseST

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    Considering that Cesium and other man-made toxic isotopes have been found in US soil, including the Emerald Triangle of Humboldt County —

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