Poll: Majority of Arizonans Support Marijuana Legalization

By: Wednesday May 15, 2013 9:10 am

According to a new Behavior Research Center poll, a┬ásolid majority of Arizonans support legalizing marijuana for personal use. The poll found 56 percent of registered voters in Arizona favor “legalizing the possession of a small amount of marijuana for personal use” while only 37 percent want to keep it illegal. Among partisan groups support for [...]

Majority of Arizona Voters Would Support Regulating Marijuana Like Alcohol

By: Monday January 14, 2013 8:57 am

A new Public Policy Polling survey for the National Cannabis Industry Association found that 59 percent of Arizona voters would support an initiative to legalize and regulate marijuana in a manner similar to Alcohol. Arizona PPP (1/9-10) If an initiative appeared on a future ballot in Arizona, proposing that marijuana be regulated in a manner [...]

Arizona Refuses to Approve Medical Marijuana for PTSD

By: Friday July 20, 2012 11:00 am

In a disappointing setback, Arizona’s top public health official, Will Humble, is denying a request to increase the number of conditions medical marijuana may treat. He told the Arizona Republic that there is not enough scientific evidence to prove post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, and migraines can be treated with marijuana. Question: Will you put [...]

Arizona Passes Prop 203 for Medical Marijuana

By: Sunday November 14, 2010 11:06 am

The marijuana movement can chalk up one victory at the polls for the 2010 Election: Arizona’s Proposition 203 to bring medical marijuana to the state pulled ahead by 4,000 votes in last-minute counting. And as of last night, it’s official: medical marijuana is coming to Arizona.

Arizona’s Prop 203 Down by Just 2,400 Votes

By: Tuesday November 9, 2010 3:08 pm

In what is now a week-long count of provisional and absentee ballots for Arizona’s Prop 203, which would bring medical marijuana to the state, the latest tally shows the tightest margin yet. It’s crazy close – Prop 203 is losing by just 2,376 votes.

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