Mark B. Evans wrote in the Tucson  “No one likes an I Told You So but every now and then it’s necessary to say, ‘I told you so.’ . . . In October 2010, I argued that voters should reject the proposition because the law as it was written was a sham, simply a backdoor way for dope smokers to legally get high. The law didn’t require a prescription from a board-certified physician, just a ‘recommendation’ and it allowed homeopaths and naturopaths to also make ‘recommendations,’ even though they are merely government-sanctioned quacks.”