ASUCI Senate Call to action (PDF)

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ASUCI Senate Call-to-Action
Demand that the University of California, Irvine update all published material
to reflect California Law and comply with the mandates of Proposition 64
April 25, 2017
California Proposition 64 “The Adult Use of Marijuana Act” was adopted by Californian voters on
November 8, 2016.
“It permits adults, 21 years of age or older, to legally possess, transport, purchase, consume, or share up
to one ounce (≤ 28.5g) of marijuana, and up to 8 grams of marijuana concentrates. It also permits
adults, 21 years of age or older, to grow up to 6 marijuana plants per household out of public view.
Since the Act does not designate a specific effective date, it became effective on November 9, 2016.
“An initiative statute or referendum approved by a majority of the votes thereon takes effect the day
after the election unless the measure provides otherwise.” (Calif. Const., Art. 2, § 10(a).) Clearly the
new law will apply to all crimes committed on or after November 9th.”
-Sourced from:
The UCI Police Department website states that:
“Fact: Possessing and selling marijuana are crimes. Penalties can range from fines to jail time.
With respect to marijuana, it is illegal to:
 Use it yourself.
 Administer it to someone else.
 Possess any quantity of it.
 Cultivate or be involved in cultivating any quantity of it.
 Have any quantity of it for sale or supply. Penalties start at $100 fines for simple marijuana offenses
and range up to $20,000 fines and 20 year jail terms for more serious marijuana offenses.”
Hereafter “The University” is used to mean the University of California, Irvine and all entities under its
Pursuant to the laws of the State of California, I request that the ASUCI senate demand that:
The UCI Police department, and The University update any and all published content regarding
marijuana and to retract any published content that contradicts the current laws of the State of
California as immediately as reasonably possible.
Retraction or correction of any published material that contradicts California State Law is to be done in
a period of time not to exceed ten (10) days from formal written notification.
The UCI Police department and The University immediately cease to act directly or assist in: the

apprehension, detention, prosecution, or punishment of any person for any activities made legal by the
provisions of California Proposition 64 including, but not limited to, the possession, use, cultivation or
distribution of allowable quantities of marijuana. This cessation of activity by the UCI Police
department and The University includes ceasing to take any further actions against an individual that
begun after Proposition 64 went into effect on November 9th, 2016, even if those actions began before
the passing of this ASUCI legislation. The aforementioned cessation of actions will be interpreted to
include, but not be limited to, such things as providing evidence or testimony to be used in a court of
law, or any other such disciplinary setting, that might contribute in any way shape or form to the
punishment of any individual which would contradict any of the provisions of Proposition 64.

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