2012-11-08 19:14:10

Marijuana Reform Advocates Prep for Federal Showdown After Ballot Victories

Advocates for marijuana reform are preparing for a showdown with the federal government following historic victories in Colorado and Washington. Voters in both states approved measures legalizing marijuana for recreational use, the first time ever that has been achieved by popular vote. The Justice Department is reviewing the ballot measures and is widely expected to challenge their implementation. On Wednesday, marijuana reform activists in Colorado and Washington said they hope to provide a model for the rest of the country.

Activism Ballot Measures Free Speech TV Marijuana

Related

Just Solutions

The New Normal is not Normal

The New Normal is not Normal

Just Solutions

What's Causing the Winter Mega-Fires?

What's Causing the Winter Mega-Fires?

Democracy Now!

Reform the Insurrection Act: Former Pentagon Adviser Says Trump Almost Used It to Subvert Election

Reform the Insurrection Act: Former Pentagon Adviser Says Trump Almost Used It to Subvert Election

Democracy Now!

“Why Was the Federal Government So Unprepared?” Newsweek Reporter William Arkin on January 6

“Why Was the Federal Government So Unprepared?” Newsweek Reporter William Arkin on January 6

Proud Partners