The campaign to legalize cannabis for adults 21 and over officially gets under way this week. The largest, best-funded group of marijuana legalizers — they call themselves ReformCA — announced Friday they had taken a long-anticipated major step: filing their initiative language with the California Secretary of State.
If the initiative passes as written, it would:
Cannabis is already all but legal in California — just totally unregulated. Thanks to 2010 decriminalization authored by Sen. Mark Leno and signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger, pot arrests are at their their lowest level since 1966. [Read more at the San Francisco Chronicle]
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