Where to Sign the Arizona Cannabis Legalization Tally Initiative
January 11, 2020 by erfa5t8
The highly supported Smart and Safe Arizona initiative that could legalize marijuana for grownups 21 years of age and older in Arizona has quietly and swiftly collected majority of the signatures required to get noted on the tallies in November 2020.
Stacy Pearson from the effort’s project informed AZmarijuana.com that “Smart and Safe has exceeded 150,000 signatures in record time. It’s clear that voters are enthusiastic about this effort due to the fact that it lines up with their concerns and funds essential products consisting of public health programs and higher education.”
The project discussed that, currently, a majority of the signature event is taking place outside of Arizona dispensaries and different mega shops (i.e., Target, Wal-Mart, etc) where private signature gatherers ask passersby if they wish to sign.
The easiest method for Arizonans to find the signature collectors is to call their regional dispensary and ask if/when a signature collector for the Smart and Safe effort will be at the dispensary.
Secret realities about the < a href="
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– develops over 100 recreational marijuana dispensaries
– marijuana will be offered with a 16% excise tax (which is a lower tax rate than lots of other states)
– decriminalizes numerous marijuana-related offenses
In 2016, an initiative attempting to legislate leisure cannabis in Arizona failed 48.23% to 51.77%. This failure was primarily due to pro-marijuana Arizonans vying for several initiatives rather of compromising on the most popular initiative that had the best possibility of winning. If these voters had actually joined forces, that initiative would have passed and adults in Arizona could have been delighting in legalized leisure marijuana for the past few years.
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