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Medical marijuana headed back to ballot in Arizona | The NORML Stash Blog

I am the producer of The NORML Network, the host of the NORML SHOW LIVE and The NORML Stash Blog, and NORML's Outreach Coordinator. I'm married, live in Portland, Oregon, and I am a registered medical marijuana caregiver in this state. I've worked days as an IT geek and nights as a professional musician. Previously, I have been the host of my own political talk radio show on satellite radio. I've been the High Times "Freedom Fighter of the Month" and I travel across the country to educate people on marijuana reform. I've dedicated my life to bringing an end to adult marijuana prohibition and re-legalizing cannabis hemp, and I'm honored to be chosen by NORML to give voice to the Marijuana Nation and to speak for those who can't speak up.


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4 responses to “Medical marijuana headed back to ballot in Arizona”

  1. NORML: Arizona Gov. Brewer seeks federal shutdown of state medical marijuana program | Braatah, Inc.

    [...] federal grant for not locking up patients.As for the dispensary licenses?  Remember how much I complained about the “25-mile halo rule”?  This was a part of MPP’s language that said you could only grow your own medical marijuana if [...]

  2. Fidget Truittelli

    I am sure you can imagine how happy I am that after a long year of petition gathering that we finally made the ballot. Yee haw!!

  3. Delpart

    Scary. I thought MPP was pushing for dispensaries to avoid the “its not sold from a pharmacy” argument and the angle about regulated market controls to avoid the backlash seen from the other dispensary models in use now. Guess I got fed a line and took that bait pretty well. Not that I thought it was a good idea mind you.

    They claim, like DC, that low income/fixed income will be given concessions. Based on current pricing models, that would have to be at 20% or less of current market pricing to even make it comparable to home grow or collective growing. Rough estimation for well cared, cured, and inspected product.

    Most people will just see MMJ and vote without knowing the nuance of the law itself. I’m still pissed that the efforts I and others made in 96/98 got canned. It was not great, but it allowed common sense to come into play.

    Any legalization protection is a right step, but I’m not sure how receptive people would be to amendment. Might become moot though. Cali can get the real legalization ball rolling and the amendment will be included in full legalization then. Hopefully MPP doesn’t offer too much help when that time comes so maybe patients will have fair access.

    I commend their efforts, but I think they’ve bought the art of compromise line a little too far down their throats.

  4. Mr. James Crosby

    The proposal in Arizona is crap, and just shows the how sketchy MPP is.

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