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    I need help with the following in reference to California illegal marijuana public policy, please see attached document.

    Describe, in broad terms, the public policy issue (e.g., domestic violence), which will address with your departmental policy recommendations.
    Provide support for the information you provide.

    Describe how this issue has been addressed, historically, by your criminal justice department.
    Provide support for the information you provide.

    Are there any key trends throughout the history of the policy issue that have shaped the development and implementation of public policies addressing the issue?

    Provide support for the information you provide.
    Explain why a change is called for (media outcry, legal decisions, public perception, interest groups, etc.).

    Provide support for the information you provide.
    Address the potential negative collateral consequences of the changes proposed. How can these potential negative collateral consequences help you predict the future direction of public policies to address the issue?
    Provide support for the information you provide.

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    Describe, in broad terms, the public policy issue (e.g., domestic violence), which will address with your departmental policy recommendations. Provide support for the information you provide.

    The public policy issue that will be addressed in this legislative act is the removal of any financial fees associated with possession of marijuana as well as the prevention of arrest and detainment of citizens for engaging in marijuana use. Therefore, California residents age 21 or older are able to legally purchase marijuana in the same manner that they are able to legally purchase alcohol. The use of marijuana can't be consumed in public but users can grow plants at their home as well as receive plants from friends for the consumption of marijuana wherein it is still illegal to buy from street dealers but it is not in illegal to give marijuana away for consumption to those 21 years or older.

    Describe how this issue has been addressed, historically, by your criminal justice department. Provide support for ...

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    Public Policy Chart is examined. The expert addresses the potential negative collateral consequences of the changes proposed,

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