Pursuant to Title 6 of Guam Administrative Rules and Regulations, presented below is the Legislative Submitted Referendum
Proposal 14A. A proposal to direct the Department of Public Health and Social Services to regulate the use of marijuana as treatment for medical conditions or diseases specified in the proposal or designated by the Department at a later time. It further directs the Department to develop rules within nine months, consistent with the proposal to regulate all aspects of the use of marijuana for medical purposes on Guam. The proposal further removes the criminal penalties relating to marijuana when used by qualified patients pursuant to the act.
Pursuant to 3 GCA § 16504, any voter or group of voters may, no less than forty-five (45) days prior to the election at which the measure is to be presented to the voters, prepare and file with the Election Commission an argument for or against any initiative or referendum measure or legislative submission. The argument shall not exceed five hundred (500) words in length.
Proposal 14A will be presented to the voters of Guam at the 2014 General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. Arguments are due to the Election Commission on or before Friday, September 19, 2014.
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