Pro/con: Medical Marijuana in Arizona

Arizona Republic:  “The state has given more than 13,000 Arizonans permission to use medical marijuana to treat chronic illness and other debilitating conditions since the program took effect in April, and nearly 11,000 have the state’s OK to grow pot. . . . The Republic asked two leading voices on either side of the medical marijuana debate to offer their opinions on where this confounding issue may be headed.”

By |2011-10-23T07:38:58-07:00October 23rd, 2011|Stories & Articles|Comments Off on Pro/con: Medical Marijuana in Arizona

Tom Horne, Arizona Attorney General, Worked With Anti-Prop-203 Leader Carolyn Short on Federal Lawsuit Idea

Phoenix New Times:  “Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne discussed a plan to launch legal action against the state’s medical marijuana law during a January sit-down meeting with the law’s biggest opponent.  Carolyn Short, who led last year’s unsuccessful campaign to defeat Proposition 203, refers to the meeting in a February 16 letter to state Department of Health Services Director Will Humble . . . . Instead, the governor and AG appear to be working in concert with Proposition 203’s opponents to defeat the law by any means necessary.”

By |2011-06-09T07:10:06-07:00June 9th, 2011|AZ Marijuana Law Lawsuits, Stories & Articles|Comments Off on Tom Horne, Arizona Attorney General, Worked With Anti-Prop-203 Leader Carolyn Short on Federal Lawsuit Idea