Phoenix New Times:  “On Wednesday, the same day the Arizona Court of Appeals released its ruling against Montgomery, the county, and the state of Arizona, Montgomery held a press conference in which he distorted the findings of a new survey about youth marijuana use and claimed they showed a need to “reform” the voter-approved, 2010 Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA).  Montgomery appears emboldened by last month’s defeat of Proposition 205, the only one of five marijuana-legalization ballot measures in the nation voters rejected this election season. Yet while he believes taxpayers should continue to fund his attack on the medical program, state Attorney General Mark Brnovich apparently doesn’t feel the same enthusiasm.