Prohibits genetically engineered plants and animals and over 300 listed substances from being introduced or released into the environment. Creates a new state entity to regulate environmental activities, modify or stop projects having pollution and radiation impacts, and test and approve substances before they are introduced into the environment. Prohibits treatment of water with fluoride or chlorine. Eliminates vaccination as a prerequisite for attendance at schools and daycare facilities. Provides criminal and civil liability for violations, with no statute of limitations. Fiscal impact: : It is the opinion of the Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance that the measure would result in a substantial net change in state and local finances.
This initiative measure, to be submitted to the voters of California November 2016 or 2018, amends the California Civil Code, Government Code, Health and Safety Code, and Penal Code where applicable. This initiative shall be known as: CALIFORNIA CLEAN ENVIRONMENT INITIATIVE. SECTION a., CLEAN ENVIRONMENT REQUIRED: We the people of California have inalienable right to clean: water, air, land, agricultural crops, seeds, food, forests, roadsides, the ocean, and watersheds. We have the right to organic food uncontaminated or genetically manipulated. We have the right to grow organic gardens uncontaminated by pesticide applications or drift. Genetically engineered life forms, or life forms fed genetically engineered life forms have not been objectively tested according to the criteria of SECTION e. to prove safety over time, cannot prove they will not genetically alter the surrounding environment, and thus are not allowed in California. Bees and other pollinators are essential to produce food and shall not be poisoned by chemicals applied to seeds, crops or poison drift. Products are allowed only if they, their packaging or their waste products do not contaminate people or the environment in their testing, growing, processing, development, presence, recycling, composting or disposal. All items as packaged having less than a two-year useful life in their current form must be designed to be safely, easily and obviously recyclable or compostable. Any product made to be ingested, injected, inserted or used next to or on human skin must be formed without toxic ingredients or processes. California residents require a safe radiation environment. No business, government or person has the right to poison anyone, harm anyone, or harm the environment with their products. California residents are not guinea pigs for corporations. Incremental toxic exposures over time add to significant, complex exposures with substantial health and environmental consequences. California residents choose health over uncontrolled toxic exposure. SECTION b., THE URGENT NEED FOR THIS MEASURE: Cancer was a relatively rare disease a century ago. 1 6 – 0 0 0 1 Arndt# Now more than one in three people is projected to die from cancer. Autism, almost unheard of in 1975, now alarmingly impacts more than one in 50 children, the rate accelerating. Cancer, autism, some Parkinson’s, are known to be caused by pesticide, other toxic exposures, or radiation. Monstrous fires have burned forests desiccated by herbicide, seriously damaging California watersheds. Herbicide-soaked food is now common. The U.S. Agriculture Department estimated last year that 42% ofU.S honeybee colonies died in the 12-month period ended in April 2015. Loss of bees and other pollinators killed by pesticides, poses a significant threat to our food supply. Methane, a serious contributor to climate change, is leaked by current fracking extraction and in-ground storage techniques seriously threatening a livable climate. For all these reasons and many more, we must now have control over pollution now. SECTION c. CALIFORNIA CLEAN ENVIRONMENT AUTHORITY (CCEA). The regulation of the subject matter of this measure will be overseen by the California Clean Environment Authority governed by an elected, threeperson California Clean Environment Board, elected by the voters of California beginning in the Primary election of2018 and each four years thereafter. Funding to influence this election can come only from individual California electors. Donations per election are limited to $1,000 per elector. No corporate funds, or out-of-state funds are allowed to influence any California Clean Environment Authority Board election. Those having a history of current or past connections with any industry making products regulated by this initiative are not eligible to serve on the Board or staff of the CCEA, nor can they be hired by such industries within 6 years of their CCEA employment. Until the election of the CCEA Board in 2018, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment ( established by Proposition 65), will begin the scientific, regulatory and investigative work of the California California Clean Environment Authority. The Governor shall have no authority to override the California Clean Environment Authority Board. Due to the subject matter of this initiative, whistleblowers, in both government and private business are one key to operation of this measure. It is a felony violation of this measure to fire, or otherwise punish or contribute to punishment of a whistle blower. 1 Whenever a project threatens to increase air, water, or land pollution, or impact adversely the radiation environment, these changes shall be addressed by an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The California Clean Environment Authority Board shall review EIRs or EISs and require project alteration to minimize or stop adverse impacts. The CCEA is responsible to evaluate chemicals and processes, adjust the list of prohibited chemicals to further promote a clean environment and determine safe non-ionizing radiation parameters to protect health and the environment. SECTION d., TOXIC TRESPASS: The presence, manufacturing or growing of toxic or harmful substances, genetically altered flora or fauna, nanoparticles, injurious radiation frequencies, patterns or levels, these further described within this measure, constitutes toxic trespass on individuals and groups, the people’s environment, public or private property, land, the common air, waters ofCalifornia, or California’s part ofthe Pacific Ocean whether such trespass arises from actions or failure to act when there is a responsibility to act, by a: patent holder, user, grower, applier, fracker, owner, manufacturer, contractor, transporter, public official, government organization, public utility, health care professional, neighbor, neighborhood organization, or any other person or group, unless such action is to limit wider exposure. Administrators, Board Members, and Supervisors of an organization violating this measure are subject to criminal charges and/or torts. SECTION e., PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE. We Californians have the right in our person and environment to be free from human-caused exposures to: heavy metals; other toxic chemicals; damaging ionizing and non-ionizing radiation; genetically engineered flora or fauna, nanoparticles, and manufactured substances that cannot be recycled or composted. Before introduction, independent research must show these do NOT invade living cell wall structure, persist in the environment or damage, or persist in the human body ofthose who do not choose such specific entry. Nothing may be introduced into people, commerce or the environment if it causes, or increases the probability of one or more ofthe following in people, mammals, birds, bees, other beneficial insects, or amphibians: death, cancer*, SIDS, sickness, infection, paralysis, structural or functional birth defects*, pregnancy complications, developmental complications*, cellular structural damage; functional nerve damage, diminished intelligence*, depression, aggression, demyelination, brain tumors of any type*, encephalitis; the disorders: autism*, autism spectrum*, attention deficit* or attention deficit hyperactivity*; Guillain-Barre syndrome, seizures; fluorosis*, brittle bones*; joint damage*; thyroid, testosterone, estrogen, cortisone, or other harmful hormone impacts*, pineal gland calcification*, early or delayed puberty*, extra heavy or lengthy menstrual bleeding, reproductive system damage*; Parkinson’s*, Alzheimer’s*; eye damage demonstrated by reduced vision*, dry eyes, red eyes, watery eyes, cataracts*; ear inflammation, hearing damage; intestinal bacteria die-off, gut cell genetic alteration*; chemical burns, rash*, eczema*, swelling, spontaneous nose bleeding, idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura; breathing difficulty, asthma*, voice volume or frequency losses, coughing, rhinitis, allergy*, anaphylaxis, immune system deregulation*, lupus*, fibromyalgia*, chemical sensitivity*; pancreas, kidney, spleen or liver damage*, insulin resistance*, diabetes*; interference with sleep, inability to concentrate; pain, headache, racing heart, irregular heart beat; body retention of the toxic substance or its’ breakdown products*; negatively impact beneficial organisms of the interactive environment*; nor is it a patented life form, micro-size, nor may it interfere with mineral binding in the digestive system of people* or fauna, mineral loss in flora, mineral binding in soil* ,result in loss of productivity ofthe soil*; vegetation desiccation, increase fire risk; beneficial insect reduction*, nor may it contribute to native pollinator loss or honey bee colony collapse*, or otherwise impact native frog*, dragonfly*, mosquito eater*, fish*, avian* or amphibian populations*. (*Indicates two-year testing is standard for determining safety.) Three generation test animal testing may be required where damages may be handed down through generations. Testing must be hands offfor those proposing introduction of specific chemicals, radiation, micro particles. Research shall be done by CCEA researchers, by universities and/or by independent laboratories. Funding for the testing shall be provided by the proponent. Substances currently in trade and circulation exhibiting any ofthe above effects in independent 2 testing shall be removed from trade as follows on whichever-is-shorter timetable: where the use provides urgent life support and no alternatives exist, as soon as there is an adequate safer alternative or after two years whichever is shorter, this time frame can be extended upon California Clean Environment Authority Board majority targeted decision; where use is convenient but not necessary, within 6 months of adoption of this initiative, or as soon as a safer alternative exists; where uses are not necessary and do not enhance convenience and alternatives are in use now, these introductions are prohibited at once upon adoption ofthis measure. Exception: in closed systems where no person and no part of the environment is or will be exposed in the product lifetime or by product conversion or disposal. SECTION f., TOXIC TRESPASS IS PROHIBITED WHETHER BY MEANS OF: direct or indirect environmental release by aircraft, vehicle, truck fogger, pipeline, rail car, balloon, watercraft, drift; release into homes or other buildings, adding chemically contaminated water to any water body, injecting into land or aquifers, spreading on land; planting or otherwise spreading pesticide contaminated or genetically engineered seeds; farming or allowing escape oflive genetically engineered fish eggs; incorporation in a product designed to go down the storm or sanitary drain; incorporation into a product designed to eventually be discarded, designed for trade, production, or manufacturing; or radiation emitter emitting damaging frequencies, patterns or damaging levels. SECTION g., CLEAN WATER: Water districts, agencies and companies shall provide water in as clean condition as possible. As soon as possible, or within 3 years ofthe passage of this measure water delivered to California customers, where treated, shall be treated with oxygen rather than chlorine. Upon passage ofthis measure, no hydrofluorosilicic acid or other forms of fluoride or other additives shall be added to delivered tap water. Neither inland waters nor the ocean shall be used for toxic waste, trash, or heat disposal. SECTION h., TOXIC TRESPASS IS PROHIBITED IN CALIFORNIA whether for: someone’s own good, group or corporation’s profit, non-isolation testing, convenience, or accident. SECTION i., TRESPASS AND TRESPASS TORTS, PENALTIES: Toxic chemical contamination, nanoparticle contamination, altered genetics, toxic injections, damaging non-ionizing radiation frequencies, intensities or cycling above set limits, and ionizing radiation exposure are “trespass “misdemeanors” or “trespass felonies” and “trespass torts” ofhuman or environmental exposure. Trespass misdemeanors, felonies and trespass torts address an increment of real increased hazard. Effects may not become namerecognized for several years. Because cancer, other exposure injuries, reduction ofthe capacity of soils to produce food, loss of pollinators and other effects can take many years to recognize, violation of this initiative’s provisions and crimes under Penal Code Sections 374.8, and 375, trespass misdemeanors, felonies and torts are not required to prove injury, but to both penalize and compensate for invasion of bodily privacy or environmental trespass through exposure possibly shortening life, increasing physical and mental distress, or limiting the ability of the environment to support life. Trespass misdemeanor penalties are 2 days in prison and up to $500 fine per day per trespass victim. Trespass felony penalties are 3 days to 15 years in prison and unlimited fines in accord with losses, the higher amounts to compensate neighborhoods, communities and even the state population for hazardous exposures. Half oftrespass fines are designated for those trespassed, 3/10 for support of the CCEA, and 1/10 to local law enforcement and the District Attorneys who investigate, recognize and prosecute trespass felonies for their work. One tenth of fines shall be reserved for protection and compensation to whistleblowers. Juries shall determine awards based on violation of the right to a clean environment, and future potential damages. Such award may compensate for a projected shortened life span; chronic pain; immune system damage leading to cancer; the increased possibility of acquiring Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, or diabetes; potential loss ofproductivity of land; loss of quality of or loss of use of an aquifer; potential loss of ability to grow organic food; accelerated climate change, or similar potential damages from effects of exposure as described in SECTION e. SECTION j., “TRESPASS PERSONAL INJURY” is for injury and damage following contamination or exposure. Each injured person shall have cause and the right to join together with others injured, or bring 3 a class action suit. SECTION k., ENVIRONMENTAL TRESPASS PROPERTY DAMAGE PROHIBITED: “Trespass property damages” are separate felonies and torts. Contamination damage ofsoil, air, water, vegetation, damaging non-ionizing radiation above set limits, or ionizing radiation contamination is environmental trespass, prohibited contamination of the environment. Each user, patent holder, manufacturer, contributing manufacturer,. distributor, retail seller, user, exporter, importer or transporter, together or separately, shall be responsible in criminal law and tort for the fact of contamination caused by their product or actions, and also responsible for the consequent injury. SECTION 1., RISK/BENEFIT ASSESSMENTS ARE NOT USED IN CALIFORNIA. We reject EPA “risk vs. benefit” in the evaluation ofthe subject matter ofthis measure because those subject to exposures are generally: (1) not informed ofthe risk or given the opportunity to refuse, (2) those benefiting from risky products or actions are rarely the same people as those subject to risk, (3) long term environmental integrity and long term health are rarely taken into account, ( 4) those at risk may not be born, not yet present, too young to consent, or especially vulnerable, ( 5) risk evaluations are based on the idea of how low to set allowable exposure ignoring the research showing small exposures can, in many cases, be more harmful than larger exposures by impacting hormone processes, (6) risk evaluation never accounts for the number of and varied exposures to which people are subjected. The CCEA shall not approve any toxic potential based on “risk assessment” but shall act based on their responsibility for uncontaminated, undamaged people and environment taking into account long term, vulnerability, consent, and cumulative effects. SECTION m., STANDING, CLASS ACTION. Californians who have been contaminated, or exposed to harmful substances or processes have standing in court for the fact of toxic trespass. The state court system has jurisdiction to adjudicate toxic trespass. Toxic trespass is subject to class action. There is no Statute of Limitations on the crimes or torts of this measure. SECTION n., PROHIBITED AND REQUIRED PROCESSES: 1) Fracking gas extraction techniques which leak methane on or off shore, and insecure storage of methane containing gases are hereby prohibited. Fossil fuels storage is subject to inspection at any time without announcement, and must be managed securely. 2) Soils must be managed to sequester carbon. 3) Genetically engineered life forms: flora, fauna, animals fed genetically engineered food, and genetically engineered vaccine ingredients, cannot be present, planted, grown, developed, sold, tested, gifted, injected or transported through California as they present a serious threat to our genetic heritage, to health, and have not been tested according to SECTION e., criteria. Life forms genetically engineered include those where: genes, DNA, RNA, or chromosomes from one species have been inserted into another species, where Bt has been genetically made integral, where genetic components are switched on or off, where the CRISPR genome editing technique was used, or which include the episite gene (anti-sperm gene), patented life forms, terminator seeds, or flora or fauna from terminator seeds, 4) New nuclear materials, which have no safe storage designated, shall not be brought into or through California. Materials emitting ionizing radiation may not be retained, used or stored anywhere in California near or subject to tsunami, predicted sea rise, flooding, earthquake, landslide, in watersheds or agricultural land, or near places people live or work, and must be safely encapsulated to last for at least 150 years. A plan to isolate materials emitting ionizing radiation is required no later than 2018 and isolation completed by 2021. 5) “Smart meters” are prohibited in California because they are neither smart nor meters but intermittent samplers, not accurate, not accountable, emit and receive unnecessary radiation, have not been tested for safety, and have a history of explosion and fire. Smart meters shall be removed within a threeyear time frame beginning with those households with children below the age of 10, then multifamily households, then the remainder of power connections. Those who were charged for opting out shall be fully and immediately reimbursed all opt out fees paid, with 3% interest. No radiation emitters or receivers shall be connected to power poles or towers near residential areas as the electro magnetic frequencies and intensities from the transmission lines alone 4 already burden nearby children. No new radiation emitters or receivers or additions to these shall be located in residential zoning districts, on or near school facilities, daycare facilities or near children’s parks or playfields, 6) Emitters and receivers of radio frequencies in the one millimeter to one meter shall be investigated for health effects and interference with AM and FM radio. Within 3 years, limits on frequencies, power, cycling and distances to sensitive receptors, shall be scientifically established by the CCEA. Set limits shall protect newborns, children and sensitive individuals from sleep disturbance, cancer, ability to concentrate, autism, and hyperactivity. These limits shall go into effect when established and shall be incorporated into the zoning codes throughout the state. Emission levels, patterns and frequencies and emitter locations shall be adjusted accordingly. Land communication lines shall be maintained and retained. 7) Certified organic growers can sell their raw organic almonds without coating, heat or irradiation, SECTION o. PROHIBITED TOXIC CHEMICALS AND SUBSTANCES INCLUDE: Chemicals listed in the ASTR 2013 Substance Priority List http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/SPL/index.html with the exception of numbers 69, 75, 78, 87, 104, 118, 145, 151, 157, 171, 179, 182, 186, 197,213,219,221,245 on the list, Specific agricultural poisons tested positive for residues in food, groundwater and drinking water as reported in the US.D.A. Pesticide Data Program, Annual Summary, Calendar Year 2013, published December 2014, fumigants: methyl iodide, methyl bromide, Telone, 1,3-dichloropropene, metam sodium, Organochlorine pesticides, Organophosphate pesticides, Pyrethroids, pyrethroid esters and pyrethroid ester-like pesticide, the carbamate pesticides including: Carbary!, carbofuran, and methomyl, herbicides: Agent orange, Aminopyralid, amitrole ( aminotriazole ), atrazine, aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMP A), Alachlor, diquat, chlorophenoxy herbicides, cyanazine, Enlist Duo, MCP A, 2,4-D (2,4 dichlorophenoxy acetic acid), 2,4,5-T, dicamba, glyphosate herbicides (Roundup, Accord, Rodeo), glyphosine. glufosinate ammonium, Imazapyr, indoleacetic acid, Isoproturon systemic herbicide, Lasso, mecoprop, hexa, hepta or octa-dibenzo-p dioxins, Paraquat, picloram, Tordon 22K, Silvex, Simazine, TCDD phenoxy herbicide 2,3,7,8 tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin, TOK E25, TOK RM, Touchdown, triazine group, trietazine, Trifluralin, as systemic insecticides: integral Bacillus thuringiensis, integral Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis ((Cry toxins) (all but indistinguishable from Bacillus anthracis (anthrax) and with structural similarities with ricin), neonicotinoid pesticide: all pesticides based on neonicotinoid chemistry including but not limited to acetamiprid, clothianidin, Dinotefuran 20SG, imidacloprid, nitenpyram, nithiazine, sulfoxaflor, thiacloprid, Thiamethoxam, Venom Insecticide, rat poisons: brodifacoum, bromadiolone, chlorophacinone, difethialone and diphacinone, fungicide: methylene chloride, Captan, tebuconazole, Prochloraz, also: asbestos, 2-Butoxyethanol (in Corexit 9527 A, Corexit 9500), pentachlorophenol (PCP), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), potassium bromate, 4-nonylphenol, “flame retardants”: organohalogens, Firemaster 550, polybrominated dipheyl ethers, OctaPBDEs, PentaBDE, Deca-BDE, TBBPA, TCEP, tris (1,3 dichloroisopropyl) phosphate (TDCPP). herbicides with fluoride: Fluridone, Fludioxonil, Fluroxpyr, Trifluralin, pesticide with fluoride including: benzovindiflupyr, certain chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants (CFC 11, 12, and HCFA-22 and any chlorofluorocarbons with ozone depleting potential ofmore than 0.1 due to damage to the ozone layer), CFC refrigerants with an atmospheric life of over 10 years, fluoride compounds: 2-(N-Ethyl-perfluorooctane sulfonamido) acetic acid, 2-(N-Methyl perfluorooctane sulfonamido) ethanol (N-MeFOSE), PFPEs, PFCAa, Perfluorobutane sulfonic acid (PFBS), Fluorotelomer-based chemicals, 4:2 diPAP, 4:2 FTOH, 6:2 FTOHs, DiPAPs, 6:2 diPAP, 6:2/8:2 diPAPs, 8:2 FTOH, 8:2 diPAP, 8:2 monoPAP, 8.2 FTS, 10:2 diPAP, 10.3 FTOH, PFASs, PFBA, PFOS, PFBS, PFPeA, PFHxS, PFHpS, PFHxA, PFTDA, PFTrDA, PFHxDA, PFOcDA, PF AS, PFPeS, PFUnA, PF AS, PFCA, PSF A, PFNA, PFNS, PFis, PFDA, PFBA, PFSA, PFDS, FTCA, FTUCA, fluorinated iodine alkanes (FIAs), fluorinated diiodine alkanes (FDIAs), polyfluoroalkyl phosphates (PAPs), Perfluorododecanoic acid (PFDoA), 5 Perfluorodecanoic acid, Perfluoroheptanoic acid, Perfluorohexane sulfonic acid , Perfluorononanoic acid, Perfluorooctane sulfonamide, Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid, (PFOS) Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), Perfluoroundecanoic acid, 6:2 flurotelomar sultonamide alkylbetaine, polyfluorinated ether sulfonate, Cl-PF As, Cl-PFHxS, ketone-PFOS, etherPFHxS, fluorosilicic acid, hydrofluorosilicic acid, hexafluorosilicic acid, sodium silicofluoride, silcone tetrafluoride, hydrogen fluoride, PFCs perfluorinated compounds as a class, chemicals that break down to PFOAs, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), Teflon™, PFOA or perfluorooctanoic acid, C8, C7, C6, CS, C4, C3, C2, PFOS (Perfluorooctane sulfonate), in “cleaning” detergents, soaps, and deodorizing products: 2, 5-dichlorophenol (2, 5-DCP), metabolite of 1,4-dichlorobenzene (paradichlorobenzene ), benzene, styrene, phenol, petroleum solvents, butyl cellosolve, synthetic musks. Other prohibited substances: formaldehyde ( also prohibited in embalming fluid), tricolsan, tricholorethylene, trichloroethane, Triethanolamine.._Benzophenone 4 (BP4), DMDM Hydantoin (formaldehyde releasing preservative), Ceteareth-20.._ethanolamine-compounds (1,4-dioxane is generated through a process called ethoxylation),_triethanolamine TEA, diethanolamine, DEA,_cocamide DEA, cocamide MEA, DEA-cetyl phosphate, DEA oleth-3 phosphate,Jauramide DEA, linoleamide MEA, myristamide DEA, oleamide DEA, stearamide MEA, TEA-lauryl sulfate,_sodium laureth sulfate,_piperonyl butoxide, propyl baraben, triphenyl phosphate in nail polish, hair straighteners containing formaldehyde, and makeup containing methylene glycol and/or Quatemium-15, paper bleaching: where furans or dioxides found in end products. Prohibited for uses in contact with people, skin care, cosmetics, or in food: mineral oil in food, cosmetics: petrolatum, antimony in cosmetics and as loose dust: propylene oxide (PPO) in food or plastics in contact with food, Body penetrating prohibited phthalates include: Benzylbutyl phthalate (BzBP), Dipropylheptyl phthalate (DPHP) (plasticizer), Di-n-octyl phthalate (DnOP), di-2-ethylhexylphlatate (DEHP), diethyl phthalate, di-2-ethyl phthalate (DEP), dibutyl phthalates (DBP), phthalates as part ofPVC, “fragrance” linked phthalates, di-isobutylphthalate (DIBP), di-isononyl phthalate (DINP), di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP), octylphenol, ortho-phthalates, nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs), Petroleum. Also prohibited: PCB, PCB-11 volatile form, Heavy metals: Lead except in lead-containing batteries where systems for capture are in place, lead acetate, mercury in all forms, cadmium except in cadmium containing batteries where systems for capture are in place, arsenic, and compounds containing arsenic, nano size aluminum, aluminum in powder form (unless fully contained), Titanium dioxide in particle sizes that can invade individual human cells, artificial fragrances, polybrominated dibenzo:furans, polybrominated dibenzodioxins, decabromodiphenyl ether, octabromodiphenyl ether, pentabromodiphenyl ether, benzylparaben, Bisphenol A (BP A), Bisphenol B (BPS), butyiparaben, ethylparaben, FD&C red #3 & 40), carmine, yellow dye #5 & 6, FD&C Blue No 2, FD&C Green No.3, hexachlorobenzene, isobutylparaben, methylisothiazolinone, methylparaben, oxybenzone, paraben, perchlorate, plastic microbeads, Polyethersulfone (PES), Polystyrene (PS) propylparaben, triclosan, triphenyl phosphate (TPHP), toluene, xylene. SECTION p., PROIDBITED EXPERIMENTAL, TOXIC OR OTHERWISE DANGEROUS COMPONENTS IN MEDICAL INJECTIONS AND DEVICES, include: mercury in any form, lead, aluminum in any form, arsenic, cadmium, radioactive substances, benzene, fluoride, recombinant cells, cancer cells, ever-living cells, fetal cells which do not match the blood type ofthe recipient, formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, flu protein that cross-reacts to the brain’s orexin receptor ( causing narcolepsy), Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle Medium, porcine circovirus types 1 and 2, monosodium glutamate (MSG), other glutamates, aspartame, WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts, antibiotic if individual is allergic to antibiotics, polysorbate 80, ethylene glycol, insect cells, hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide, animal kidney cells, viral protein except for the specific, virus being vaccinated, untested vaccines, and vaccines tested the outcome of which have compared unfavorably to fully unvaccinated populations. Each vaccine dose shall be individually packaged to prevent potential contamination. MEDICAL INJECTION TESTING REQUIRED: Vaccines must show safety on at least 2,000 6 volunteers compared to an equal sized, fully unvaccinated control group before incorporation into any vaccine given in California. Vaccine testing shall be overseen by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment and transferred to the CCEA when it is in place. SECTION q., MEDICAL INJECTION FREEDOM: Parents, guardians and adults have control without penalty over the spacing, numbers and types ofmedical injections administered to them and their children. No one shall be excluded from medical care, employment, school, daycare, or removed from current caregivers on the basis of medical choice concerning injections. People may be temporarily excused from their workplace, school or daycare if a communicable disease is present for which they are unvaccinated. Vaccination shall be given only in a medical setting. A parent or guardian must be present, fully informed ofthe contents ofthe vaccine, and consent in writing when vaccinating a child. No child who has experienced an adverse reaction to a vaccine shall be given additional vaccines. SECTION r., ADULTERATED: FOODS, FIBER, FLORA, FAUNA, AIR, LAND AND WATER ARE PROIDBITED IN CALIFORNIA. ADULLTERATED FOODS INCLUDE: Any food grown on land where municipal sewage sludge, fracking waste and/or other contamination has been applied, any food, fiber, paper, timber, vegetation grown or processed in the presence of prohibited agricultural poisons, listed in SECTION o, animals or animal products intended for the food chain fed or given ractopamin, zilpaterol, steroids, cocciodiostats, growth hormones, arsenicals, beta agonist animal drugs or any substance similar to these intended to artificially promote growth, animals intended for the food chain given antibiotics except when medically prescribed to treat a specific biological infection, cancer causing substances in food or supplements: acesulfame-potassium, artificial colorings, aspartyl-phenylalanine-1-methyl-ester, butylated hydroyanisole, butylated hydroxytoluene, carmel color with ammonia, carrageenan, diacetyl, potassium bromate, propyl 3,4,5-trihydroxybenzoate, saccharin, sodium benzoate, or tertbutylhydroquinone, SECTION s., THE TERM “NATURAL” as it applies to flora, fauna, prepared food, cosmetics, soaps, cleaning products, personal care products and fabrics may be used only where prohibited ingredients and processes in this measure have not been used in their growth or preparation, nor have they been irradiated nor do they contain any trans-fats, hydrogenated fats, artificial flavors, monosodium glutamate, sulfites, butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT), butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), sucralose, aspartame, Acesulfame-potassium, carrageenan, l,2 benzisothiazolin-3-one-1,1-dioxide, Saccharin, carboxymethylcellulose, gluten as an additive, wheat derived modified food starch, wheat derived monoand Di-glycerides, Olestra, Salatrim, soy oil, or hexane extracted oils. SECTION t, FULL DISCLOSURE of each and every ingredient for any agricultural poison and any other toxic product is required. Any chemicals to be used on foods, watersheds, agricultural lands, aquifers, forests, which could make it’s way on, in, or near the human body, human domicile, school, food crops, water bodies, aquifers, or watersheds containing restricted disclosure of content or trade secrets is prohibited. No court may order proceedings, findings or rulings on the matters ofthis initiative to remain secret. SECTION u., Official misconduct. - 1) It is unlawful for a public servant, with corrupt intent to obtain a benefit for any person or to cause harm to another, to: (a) Falsify, or cause another person to falsify, any official record or official document; (b) Conceal, cover up, destroy, mutilate, or alter any official record or official document or cause another person to perform such an act; or (c) Obstruct, delay, or prevent the communication of information relating to the commission of a felony that directly involves or affects the public agency or public entity served by the public servant. SECTIONv., Chemical references, as herein spelled, apply to the chemical or product in all it’s various spellings. Ifany word, phrase, sentence, or paragraph of this measure is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, all other parts ofthis measure shall remain in full force, intent and effect. Where in conflict with other California law, this initiative takes legal precedence.