Proponents sued to prevent voters from learning that Proposition 64 would, in effect, end a 45-year ban on smoking ads on television. On that point, and many others, they lost.
What follows is the final wording that the Sacramento Superior Court ordered to appear in the “Argument Against Proposition 64″ in your California Voter Pamphlet – quote – “These marijuana smoking ads can appear during The Olympics, on The Voice, The Big Bang Theory, and hundreds of other programs popular with children and teen viewers. These marijuana smoking ads could be allowed on all broadcast primetime shows, and approximately 95 percent of all broadcast television programming. Children could be exposed to ads promoting marijuana gummy candy and brownies-the same products blamed for a spike in emergency room visits in Colorado.”
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