When to Put Pot on the Ballot: 2014 or 2016?

By: Thursday January 31, 2013 11:13 am

Now that marijuana legalization initiatives have been approved in Colorado and Washington State, the big question for the marijuana reform movement is what should be the next move. Mainly, should there be a push to put similar legalization initiatives on the ballot in targeted states in 2014 or is it better to wait until the [...]

Yes on Prop 19 Narrowly Trails in Latest Poll, 45-48

By: Tuesday October 26, 2010 2:08 pm

California’s marijuana legalization effort, Proposition 19, is now trailing by three points, according to the latest poll from PPP. While PPP found little drop in support, many of the undecideds have, as expected, broken toward voting No. PPP (PDF) (10/21-26) Proposition 19 would legalize marijuana under California but not federal law. It would permit local [...]

It Would be Hard to Get Higher: Prop 19 Has Unprecedented Awareness Among Young CA Voters

By: Wednesday September 29, 2010 3:08 pm

Voters in California have heard or seen something about Proposition 19 at levels almost unheard of for any other ballot measure anywhere in the country. Among young voters, awareness of Prop 19, which would legalize, tax and regulate marijuana, is at an unprecedented (and almost impossible to believe) 94 percent. According to a Field Poll [...]

Medical Marijuana Makes the Ballot in Arizona

By: Wednesday June 2, 2010 4:01 pm

A bit of good news coming out of Arizona, despite the state’s disaster of immigration policy. Medical marijuana advocates in Arizona announced today that they qualified for a spot on this year’s ballot after turning in about 252,000 signatures, well more than the 145,000 required by the state. That means when Arizonans hit the polls this November, they’ll be able to vote to allow medical marijuana use in the state.

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