Everything you need to know about Prop. 207:
+ In a smart, safe and responsible way, Prop. 207 legalizes the sale, possession and consumption of one ounce of marijuana (of which 5 grams can be concentrate) for adults at least 21 years old.
+ Prop. 207 generates $300 million annually in new tax revenue to fund community colleges, public safety, public health programs, and roads and highways.
+ Prop. 207 bans smoking marijuana in public places like restaurants and open spaces like sidewalks and parks.
+ Prop. 207 protects children by requiring all packaging be childproof and labeled, bans advertising to children and bans the sale of gummy bears, gummy worms and other products that resemble kids’ candy.
+ Prop. 207 gives the Department of Health Services millions of dollars annually for addiction prevention, substance abuse treatment, suicide prevention, mental health programs and other justice reinvestment projects.
+ Prop. 207 allows employers and property owners to prohibit use at their workplaces and on their property, like they do currently.
+ Prop. 207 gives cities funding for public safety and reinforces the law that bans driving while impaired to the slighted degree.
+ Prop. 207 does the right thing by providing a way for folks who were previously convicted of low-level marijuana charges to have their criminal records sealed so they have fair access to jobs and housing.
+ Prop. 207 requires DHS to limit the amount of THC (the chemical responsible for the “high” in marijuana) in edible products to the national standard of 10 milligrams per serving.
+ Prop. 207 gives the Arizona Department of Health Services the authority to oversee the safe sale of marijuana, including testing and inspecting products sold.
+ Prop. 207 frees up police to focus on real crime and hard drugs and unclogs the justice system which is currently backlogged with minor offenses.
+ Prop. 207 creates thousands of good-paying jobs across Arizona.