Arizona Voters Narrowly Approve Medical Marijuana
November 15, 2010
Photo courtesy N.ico (Flickr).
A measure legalizing marijuana for medicinal use has passed in Arizona with 50.13 percent (or 4,341 votes) of the ballots, the secretary of state has announced.
Proposition 203 was declared a success almost a week after the election, following the counting of 11,000 outstanding ballots on Saturday, reports the Arizona Republic.
Arizona becomes the 15th state to legalize medical marijuana. Similar measures failed in Oregon and South Dakota.
Read the full story at AZCentral.com.
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Coastie @ 11/16/2010 9:37 AM
This is Pandora's Box. The author of the California law is a drug activist and gay activist that lives in San Francisco. In an interview after the bill passed, he stated that it was the first step in legalizing all drugs.
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