The Regulate Marijuana Like Wine Act 2012

Imagine a day when a property owner can look out over his cannabis crops just like a vinyard owner.  That day may be much closer with a proposed ballot in California.  Its call The Regulate Marijuana Like Wine Act 2012 and it has a lot of good points to it.  If passed it could change countless lives and challenge the federal government, something that is long overdue.

It also boasts some impressive supporters.  You can find more information on their website.  The launch of the petition drive will be November 1, 2011. They have volunteering opportunities on their website as well.

In Short – This California Voter Intitiative for 2012 intends to:

  •  Repeal prohibition of marijuana for adults
  •  Strictly regulates marijuana, just like the wine industry
  •  Allows hemp agriculture and products
  •  Does not change laws regarding

medical marijuana
impairment
workplace
vehicle operation
use by minors under 21 years old

  •  Provides specific personal possession exemptions
  •  Requires dismissal of pending court cases
  •  Defense against all related litigation
  •  Prevents California from supporting federal enforcements that conflict with this law and requires the State to petition the Feds to remove marijuana from Schedule One
  •  Prohibits commercial advertising of non-medical marijuana
  •  Generates new revenue from sales taxes, while creating no new taxes
SPONSORED BY
THE REGULATE MARIJUANA LIKE WINE COMMITTEE

JAMES P. GRAY, CHIEF PROPONENT 
Retired Superior Court Judge and author
STEVE KUBBY, CHIEF OFFICER 
Managing Partner and CEO, Kubby Patents and Licenses
WILLIAM McPIKE,  COUNSEL  
Nationally recognized attorney and legal authority
STEVE COLLETT, TREASURER 
President, Collett & Company, Inc., Certified Public Accountants
For more information visit their site at