Michigan Begins Circulating Marijuana Legalization Petitions

The Board of State Canvassers in Michigan unanimously approved the form of petitions to legalize recreational/adult-use marijuana last week.  They were submitted by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, who plans to begin collecting signatures immediately in hopes of making the 2018 ballot. According to The Detroit News: Petitioners will…

Continue reading

Arkansas: Make Sure To Turn In ALL Medical Marijuana Petitions By Tuesday

The medical marijuana campaign in Arkansas is calling anyone and everyone that has signed medical marijuana petitions to get them in by the deadline, which is this upcoming Tuesday, the 14th. Below is more information about where to send your signed petitions, via a message from the campaign: We’ve got…

Continue reading

Group Files Referendum Petitions To Halt Detroit Medical Marijuana Dispensary Ordinances

The City Clerk today accepted two sets of petitions intended to revoke Detroit’s new medical marijuana dispensary licensing and zoning programs. Citizens for Sensible Cannabis Reform (CSCR) member Greg Pawlowski submitted the petitions before 9AM this morning, March 1. The Clerk’s office has stamped and counted the petitions, determining that…

Continue reading

Today: Medical Marijuana Patients To Deliver Over 100,000 Signed Petitions To DEA

Something amazing has occurred over the last week or so. Recently DEA head Chuck Rosenberg called medical marijuana a joke. That led to Tom Angell and the Marijuana Majority creating a petition at Change.Org calling on President Obama to fire Chuck Rosenberg because of his comments. Due to the unparalleled skill…

Continue reading

United For Care Ships Over 100k Medical Marijuana Petitions To Florida Elections Officials

I received the following message from the Florida medical marijuana campaign (United for Care): Dear Johnny, I have exciting news: We have officially shipped over 100,000 petitions to Florida Supervisors of Elections offices – which should put us past the threshold required for Supreme Court review.  This is a massive head…

Continue reading