Initiative Analyses

September 27

A.G. File No. 2021-006

Funding for students attending private schools and homeschool.

This measure establishes a program that would provide $14,000 in state funding for each K-12 student attending a participating private school or homeschool. Any funds not used for private school tuition and fees could be saved and used for postsecondary education expenses. The program would begin in 2023-24 (Amendment #1).

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September 1

A.G. File No. 2021-005

Psilocybin legalization.

This measure makes various changes to state law related to psilocybin, including removing certain criminal penalties and requiring regulation of its cultivation and sale.

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June 17

A.G. File No. 2021-004

Juvenile dependency proceedings.

This measure proposes various changes to existing state law primarily related to juvenile dependency proceedings (Amendment #1).

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June 9

A.G. File No. 2021-003

Involuntary Servitude

This measure amends the State Constitution to prohibit involuntary servitude as a punishment for crime.

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April 20

A.G. File No. 2021-002

Environmental Sustainability Education in Schools (Amendment #1).

This measure requires each teacher and student in a public school to receive 30 hours of education on environmental sustainability and sustainable best practices every two years (Amendment #1).

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March 17

A.G. File No. 2021-001

Child Custody and Juvenile Dependency.

This measure authorizes individuals to seek jury trials in child custody hearings and juvenile dependency jurisdictional hearings.

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November 4

A.G. File No. 2020-004

Limiting government powers during a public health emergency.

This measure would prohibit the Governor and local governments from using emergency powers to respond to public health emergencies, such as redirecting state resources and issuing emergency orders.

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September 15

A.G. File No. 2020-002

Local Government Control

This measure amends the California Constitution to require the Legislature fund certain local services.

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September 4

A.G. File No. 2020-001

Statutory initiative that would establish a statewide vote to express the intent of California voters to seek independence from the United States of America.

This measure proposes a statewide vote on California seeking independence from the United States of America (Amendment #1).

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February 18

A.G. File No. 2019-033

Child Custody and Juvenile Dependency

This measure authorizes individuals to seek jury trials in child custody hearings and juvenile dependency jurisdictional hearings.

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January 24

A.G. File No. 2019-032

Funding for state and local air quality regulatory agencies.

This measure requires that certain state funds be shifted to local air districts if the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District and South Coast Air Quality Management District are not in attainment of the federal air quality standards for ozone by July 1, 2023.

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January 14

A.G. File No. 2019-031

Gasoline and Diesel Powered Vehicle Manufacturing Ban

This measure intends to ban the sale of gasoline-only and diesel-only passenger vehicles and light trucks manufactured after 2020.

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January 3

A.G. File No. 2019-030

Chronic Dialysis Clinics

This measure adds new state rules concerning chronic dialysis clinics (Amendment #1).

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January 3

A.G. File No. 2019-029

Proposed Constitutional and Statutory Measure Related to Gaming

This measure (1) authorizes additional gaming activities at tribal casinos, (2) authorizes sports wagering at tribal casinos and horse race tracks, (3) imposes a sports wagering tax, and (4) authorizes a new civil enforcement tool for violations of certain state gaming laws. (Amendment #1)

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December 26

A.G. File No. 2019-028

Disposal and Recycling of Single-Use Plastic Packaging and Foodware.

This measure establishes new requirements for the recycling and reduction of single-use plastic packaging and foodware with the intent of reducing the amount of plastic waste that is generated and that ends up in landfills or as litter. This measure also creates a new tax on all single-use plastic packaging and foodware sold in California (Amendment#1).

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