Just Say Now and the 2012 Election

By: Monday November 12, 2012 9:19 am

Washington State and Colorado made history this year by ending their prohibitions of marijuana, sounding a powerful rebuke against the colossal failure that is our nation’s War on Drugs. Both Initiative 502 and Amendment 64 mount serious challenges to the federal government’s posture on marijuana, and while the country watches to see what happens next, [...]

Philanthropist Peter Lewis Looks to Put Medical Marijuana on the Ballot in Ohio

By: Monday May 2, 2011 11:26 am

The Billionaire Peter Lewis, Chairman of Progressive Insurance, is looking to possibly put a medical marijuana legalization measure on the ballot in his native Ohio. From the Columbus Dispatch: Billionaire Peter Lewis is floating a proposal for an Ohio ballot issue to legalize medical use of marijuana. [...] Lewis is seeking a proposal to include [...]

DEADLINE TONIGHT: Help Decide the Future of the Marijuana Movement

By: Tuesday November 9, 2010 12:53 pm

California’s Prop 19 lost by a such a narrow margin that its hard to imagine prohibition lasting much longer. In order to end the war on marijuana as soon as possible, Just Say Now is preparing for battle in 2012, but we cannot move forward without hearing from you, the backbone of this movement, first. [...]

Prop 19 Loses in California, but Marijuana Legalization Moves On

By: Tuesday November 2, 2010 11:35 pm

Prop 19, California’s ballot initiative to legalize marijuana, is projected to be defeated at the polls today. The results currently show Prop 19 down 56-43 with 20% reporting, but will get much closer as the rest of the state reports. It’s clear though that 2010 is not the year California will legalize marijuana. The Yes on 19 campaign released a statement conceding the election.

Likely Colorado Midterm Voters Favor Marijuana Legalization, 46-43

By: Tuesday October 26, 2010 7:38 am

In addition to polling the Governor and Senate races, SurveyUSA also asked the likely voters in Colorado this year how they felt about marijuana legalization. A plurality of 46 percent supported full marijuana legalization while 43 percent opposed. SurveryUSA (10/19-21) The state already allows medical use of marijuana. What are your views on legalization? Support [...]


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