4/20: The Best Year for the Marijuana Reform Movement Ever

By: Saturday April 20, 2013 8:09 am

It is 4/20 again and time for my annual review of the progress the marijuana reform movement has made in the past 365 days. Without a doubt this was the best year for the movement so far, in the future it may be looked back on as the single most significant year in the long [...]

Marijuana Now Legal in Washington State!

By: Thursday December 6, 2012 7:13 am

As of today marijuana is now legal in Washington State! Adults age 21 and over are now allowed to possess and use up to an ounce of marijuana under state law. Last month voters in the state approved Initiative 502, but it didn’t officially go into effect until 30 days after the election. It is [...]

Washington Poll Finds I-502 Lead Grows: 55.4% to 37.6%

By: Thursday November 1, 2012 1:44 pm

The latest University of Washington poll finds Initiative 502, which would legalize marijuana for adults over 21 in Washington State, on track to winning approval. The poll finds that 55.4 percent of likely voters in the state plan to vote for marijuana legalization while only 37.6 percent are currently planning to vote against it. Washington [...]

Marijuana Legalization Initiative Continues to Hold Big Lead in Washington State

By: Thursday November 1, 2012 8:47 am

With less than a week until election day, Initiative 502, which would legalize and regulation marijuana in Washington state for adults, maintains a solid lead in the latest polling. The new SurveyUSA/KING 5 poll finds that a large majority plan to, or already have, voted in support of legalizing marijuana. Washington State – Initiative 502 [...]

Washington State Marijuana Legalization Initiative Leads 54 to 38

By: Monday October 22, 2012 12:44 pm

As if often the case there is slightly more support for a general concept than an actual ballot initiative. Any piece of actual legislation will often contain specific provisions which many turn off some potential supporters. In this case there is a gap, but it is very small. The New Approach Washington campaign appears to have done a fairly successful job of conceiving the vast majority of potentially persuadable voters to support their initiative. All the campaign now needs to do is hold onto that support for another 15 days.

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