What's on the California ballot this year that pot activists should be stoked on? Absolutely nothing! (Unless you're interested in eliminating the death penalty, labeling Frankenfoods, and saving City College of course -- in which case check out our smart phone-viewable SFBG election guide)
But there's a lot going on in other states. Law Enforcement Against Prohibition has a list of ballot measures across the country that, if passed, will improve access to cannabis. The site will also be offering live coverage of how the propositions are lookin'. And so will we, so check back here and on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Colorado Amendment 64: Initiative to legalize and regulate marijuana for adults over 21.
Oregon Measure 80: Initiative to legalize and regulate marijuana for adults over 21.
Washington I-502: Initiative to legalize and regulate marijuana for adults over 21.
Arkansas Issue 5: Initiative to allow medical marijuana for certain conditions.
Massachusetts Question 3: Initiative to allow medical marijuana for certain conditions.
Montana Referendum 124: Referendum on Senate Bill 423 that changed medical marijuana law approved by voters in I-148. Yes vote would overturn the democratic law and further restrict medical marijuana.
Detroit, MI Proposal M: Initiative amending city code to remove criminal penalties for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana on private property by adults (21+).
Flint, MI Initiative amending city code to remove criminal penalties for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana on private property by adults (19+).
Ypsilanti, MI An initiative making enforcement of laws against possessing small amounts of marijuana by adults (21+) the city’s lowest law enforcement priority.
Grand Rapids, MI Proposal 2: Would make possession of marijuana a civil offense, punishable by a fine only (like a traffic ticket) rather than jail time.
Kalamazoo, MI Charter Amendment Proposal #7: An initiative that would allow up to three medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
Burlington, VT Question to measure support for statewide marijuana legalization.
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