Tag: arizona Proposition 205

Super Bowl Winning QB to Appear in Ad Supporting Arizona’s Legalization Initiative

The new TV Ad Featuring Super Bowl Champion Quarterback Jim McMahon is Set to Air During tomorrow’s Bears-Packers Matchup on Thursday Night Football; Watch Now by clicking here. During tomorrow’s Thursday Night Football matchup between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers, the Arizona Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol (CRMLA) will be airing a …

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Discount Tire Donates $1 Million to Fight Legalization in Arizona: Time for a Boycott

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The Discount Tire Co. has just contributed $1 million to the primary campaign working to defeat Arizona’s Proposition 205, which would legalize cannabis for everyone 21 and older and is up for a vote next month. Discount Tire, the largest privately help company in Arizona and one of the largest companies throughout the country with …

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Painkiller Producer Donates $500,000 to Fight Cannabis Legalization in Arizona

Surprise, surprise, the pharmaceutical industry is worried about the legalization of cannabis, a substance studies have shown reduces the use of painkillers. Insys Therapeutics, a painkiller manufacturer based in¬†Chandler, Arizona, has donated $500,000 to Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy, the main opposition group the Proposition 205 to legalize cannabis (up for a vote this November). …

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Arizona Poll Shows Cannabis Legalization in Position to be Approved this November

A new Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll has found that a plurality of voters in Arizona support legalizing cannabis. This is great news for proponents of Proposition 205, a cannabis legalization initiative being voted on this November. According to the poll – which has a margin of error of 3.4% – 50% of voters in Arizona …

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Arizona Cannabis Legalization Initiative Placed on November Ballot as Proposition 205

Arizona officials today announced that the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol submitted enough valid signatures for their cannabis legalization initiative to be placed on the November ballot; it will appear as Proposition 205. The group submitted 258,582 signatures at the end of June, far greater than than the 150,642 required to put the measure …

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