Tag: Representative Mark Cardenas

Legislation to Legalize Cannabis Filed in Arizona

A little over a month after Arizona voters narrowly defeated an initiative to legalize cannabis, a legislative bill to do the same has been filed in the state’s House of Representative. Representative Mark Cardenas (D-Louisville) has prefiled House Bill 2003 for the 2017 legislative session which begins next month. Specifically, the measure would allow those …

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Only 13% of Arizona Residents Support Cannabis Prohibition, According to New Polling

Only 13% of Arizona residents support prohibiting cannabis use for any purpose, according to a new Morrison-Cronkite Quarterly Poll, conducted by Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy. According to the poll, 45% of those surveyed support making “marijuana use legal for those 18 years of age and older,” while an additional 42% would “allow for …

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Legislation to Legalize Cannabis Filed in Arizona

Arizona State Representative Mark Cardenas has filed a proposal to legalize cannabis, as well as a proposal to decriminalize cannabis, both of which will be discussed in the upcoming legislative session which begins on January 12th. House Bill 2007 would legalize the possession of up to an ounce of cannabis for those 21 and older, …

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