2010 California Proposition 19

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California's Proposition 19, (often shortened to Prop 19), also known as the Regulate, Control & Tax Cannabis Act, was a ballot initiative on the November 2, 2010 California statewide ballot. The proposition would have decriminalized/legalized various marijuana-related activities, allow local governments to regulate these activities, collect marijuana-related fees and taxes, and authorized various criminal and civil penalties. It did not pass with 54% of California voters voting 'No', and 46% voting 'Yes'.

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Proposition 64
Choice Votes %
Bueno-verde.png Yes 4,643,751 46.54%
X mark.svg No 5,333,359 53.46%
Total votes 9,977,110 100%

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