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02 Nov

Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy, A Campaign of Lies

Colorado Representatives Set The Record Straight After Inflammatory Arizona Ads Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy, A Campaign of Lies, that prompted Colorado policy makers to respond.  Colorado has sent a letter to the leaders of the anti-Proposition 205 group, Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy, calling attention to the outright lies the group has used in the anti-marijuana campaign.

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16 Oct

Legal Marijuana in Arizona Will Cripple The Cartel

Border States Voting on Recreational Marijuana Five states will vote Nov. 8 on whether to allow recreational marijuana, including Arizona and California, the first two states that border Mexico to vote on legalization. Data from the DEA shows that, yes, legal marijuana in Arizona will cripple the cartel. If Arizona’s ballot measure passes, legal access

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15 Sep

Arizona nurses pushing for expanded use of medical marijuana

Members of the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association petitioned the Department of Health Services to add conditions to the list of what qualifies people to use the drug.  The previously voter-approved Arizona Medical Marijuana Act requires that the Department of Health Services consider these requests. If the members of the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association win the

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07 Nov

Help Protect Medical Cannabis in New Mexico

Join the Don’t Take Away Our Medicine campaign in support of these seriously ill patients. Published by The Drug Policy Alliance Today, more than 3,000 New Mexican residents with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are actively enrolled in our state’s Medical Cannabis Program. Many of them are military veterans, patients living with disabilities, and victims of serious

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