What does Prop 64 mean?
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Also asked, is Prop 64 in effect?
The AUMA took effect on November 9, 2016. Adults over 21 years old may possess, consume, and cultivate nonmedical, recreational marijuana in California. However, businesses may not grow, distribute, or sell nonmedical, recreational marijuana until they receive a state license.
Furthermore, is Prop 64 retroactive? Proposition 64, which was approved by California voters in 2016, legalized the recreational use of marijuana. The proposition also applied retroactively to pot convictions, but provided no mechanism or guidance on how those eligible could erase their convictions or have felonies reduced to misdemeanors."
In this manner, does Prop 64 restore gun rights?
If your only felony conviction is a marijuana related offense and you are entitled to relief under this section, then a Prop 64 reduction is a “misdemeanor or infraction for all purposes.” So that means a Prop 64 reduction will probably restore gun rights, because it doesn't have a “no guns” clause like Prop 47 does.
Is Proposition 215 still in effect?
Proposition 215, passed by the voters of California in 1996 and still in effect today, protects only the personal use and cultivation of medical marijuana for patients, or their primary caregivers who cultivate for them.