I-04- Taxation Of Decriminalized 2008 Marijuana Taxation of Decriminalized Marijuana c/o Joel K. Barr 180015 Meadows Unit, P.O.

Box 3300 Florence, AZ 85232 707-578-3609 Joel K. Barr, Applicant & Chairman

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This initiative's purpose is to provide supplemental funds for prescription medication for the retired; 24/7/365 daycare for single working parents and more. "IT SHALL NOT BE UNLAWFUL TO POSSESS MARIJUANA. EVERY TRANSACTION WHEREIN MARIJUANA IS SOLD OR TRADED SHALL BE TAXED TWENY-FIVE PERCENT ADDED TO ITS TRANSACTION PRICE OR FAIR MARKET VALUE. THE TAX SHALL BE COLLECTED BY THE SELLER ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND SHALL BE DEPOSITED INTO THE STATE'S GENERAL FUND. FAILURE BY THE SELLER TO PAY THIS TAX IN A TIMELY MANNER SHALL BE PUNISHABLE BY LAW TO BE ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE." C-04-2008 Yes to the Right of Arizonas to Amend Laws and the Constitution March 1, 2007 July 3, 2008 230,047

Yes to the Right of Arizonans to Amend Laws and the Constitution C-04-2008 4638 East Kachina Trail Phoenix, AZ 85044 480-785-1431 Marla K. Haskins, Applicant & Chairman It is the government's responsibility to protect and maintain the individual rights of the citizens. This amendment shall ensure that the right of the People to continue to make amendments to the law and to the Constitution is protected and maintained by our government. Currently our legislature is trying to take away the very right given to us under the current Arizona State Constitution without the say of its People.

For research purposes http://www.azsos.gov/election/2006/General/2006_General_results_query.htm Submitting Arguments For or Against a Ballot Measure (A.R.S. §19­124)
All Ballot Measure Arguments must be received by Friday, July 14, 2006 at 5 p.m. at:

Secretary of State Election Services 1700 W. Washington Street, 7th Floor Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Fee for Submitting an Argument The fee for submitting an argument for or against a ballot measure is $100.00. The cost is reduced to $75.00  if the argument is submitted electronically (on floppy disk or CD) along with a paper copy backup. The 

Secretary of State recommends that every argument be submitted in electronic format to ensure accuracy  during publication.  Filing Guidelines for Ballot Measure Arguments Before filing the Argument, please make sure: ∙ The argument is 300 words or less. It cannot be accepted if it is longer than 300 words.  ∙ The argument is written exactly how the filer wants it to appear in the pamphlet. The argument will be  entered into the pamphlet verbatim; no grammatical or textual changes will be made to the document. ∙ The argument contains the original signature (no faxed signatures) of each person sponsoring it. a) For arguments filed and paid for by an individual, only the signature of the individual is required. b) For arguments sponsored by an organization or corporation (not a Political Committee), it must be signed  by at least two executive officers, and must be identified by group name.  c) For arguments sponsored by a Political Committee, it must be signed by the committee’s chairman OR  treasurer, and must be identified by committee name. * Payment of the deposit or reimbursement of the payer constitutes sponsorship of the argument. ∙ The argument includes the name, address or PO Box, city, and telephone number of the person(s) signing  (only the name and city of the person(s) signing will appear in the Publicity Pamphlet). Any person(s) may  sign an argument that is paid for by a separate entity, but must follow the same guidelines as the sponsor.  Also, the group sponsoring the initiative may file an argument on behalf of the proposition. For more  information, contact the Election Services Division.