CO Legalize 2012 Releases Ballot Measure For Public Comment
Joe | Jan 12, 2012 | Comments 0
One of the groups backing marijuana law reform measures in Colorado this year has put their initiative online for the public to comment on until January 16th.
Yesterday the folks behind the Legalize 2012 Campaign in Colorado put out a press release detailing the public comment period for the measure.
The Legalize2012.com Campaign has released draft language for its ballot initiative that is being proposed for the November 2012 ballot. You can read it online: http://www.legalize2012.com/
The Legalize2012.com Initiative removes all criminal penalties for cannabis use in Colorado and sets up an independent commission to implement the law. This is a true citizen’s ballot initiative, so all comments are welcome and will be incorporated as they can to further the goals of the amendment.
Public Comments Requested: The ballot initiative will be open for public comments until Monday, Jan. 16, 2012.
Give your feedback by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or participate in a public forum to discuss the amendment:
There are several states that can make history in 2012 by passing major cannabis law reform measures, and Colorado is one of them. Unless there is a major change at the federal level, the only way cannabis prohibition will eventually be wiped out is by states doing it on their own and showing how well it will work.
In any case, if you live in CO and care about your marijuana laws, let Legalize 2012 know how you feel about their measure, or if there is anything they should change or add.
And be sure to check out our Open Letter on Behalf of 30 Million Cannabis Users and join us in our fight!