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    Efforts launched to legalize marijuana, heroin, cocaine, LSD & other drugs in Arizona

    Efforts launched to legalize marijuana, heroin, cocaine, LSD and other drugs in Arizona

    POSTED:MAR 23 2017 11:33AM MST
    UPDATED:MAR 23 2017 01:20PM MST

    PHOENIX - Two applications seeking to get initiatives on the Arizona ballot to legalize multiple drugs in Arizona including marijuana, heroin, meth, psychedelic mushrooms, PCP and LSD have been submitted to the Secretary of State’s Office.

    I-13-2018 is titled: Initiative to re-legalize all drugs including marijuana, heroin, cocaine, LSD and peyote in Arizona


    “This initiative is 100% complete legalization of all drugs. It forbids the government from taxing or regulating any drug. It gives complete, automatic pardons to anyone convicted of a drug crime, civilly punishes government employees who violate a person drug rights, forbids extraditing for drug crimes, forbids the government from discriminating against drug users and requires the courts to accept cases involving drugs,” the filing says.

    I-14-2018 is titled: Initiative to re-legalize Marijuana in Arizona


    “This initiative is 100% complete legalization of marijuana, unlike the phony baloney Safer Arizona initiative. It forbids the government from taxing or regulating marijuana. It gives complete, automatic pardons to anyone convicted of a marijuana crime, civilly punishes government employees who violate a person marijuana rights, forbids extraditing for marijuana crimes, forbids the government from discriminating against marijuana users and requires the courts to accept cases involving marijuana,” the filing says.


    Separately, the group Safer Arizona 2018 is seeking to get the Safer Arizona Cannabis Legalization Act on the ballot.


    Each of the initiatives needs more than 150,000 valid signatures by July 5, 2018 in order to qualify for the Arizona ballot.


    Arizona voters last November rejected Proposition 205, the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol. In 2010, voters approved Prop 203, the medical marijuana initiative.


    “Should the federal government undertake responsible enforcement of the Controlled Substances Act, state level efforts to affirmatively legalize - not simply decriminalization - drugs will be rendered moot. Similarly, a conscientious review of the growing body of scientific research on medicinal uses of Marijuana supervised by the FDA may render unnecessary state level systems for creating availability of "medical" Marijuana,” stated Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery.


    To view the full text of each 2018 initiative, go to:
    http://apps.azsos.gov/election/2018/...nitiatives.htm

    http://www.fox10phoenix.com/politics/243492302-story

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    If this passes cities, counties and states could give free bus tickets to Arizona to all of their drug addicts and get rid of them.
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    This is just gibberish and doesn't have much hope of passing. Legalize "all" drugs? What about controlled substances like prescription medication? All the arguments applied for legalizing "all" drugs, heroine included, should also release prescription drugs like morphine and Oxycontin to be freely distributed to the public as recreational drugs which is just idiotic. In fact it would release all prescription drugs whether they were used as recreational drugs or not. Just another bunch of idiots running amok with a word processing program.
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    This is show and tell and not intended to pass, at least that's my opinion.

    Now there are so many prescription drugs prescribed, and being sold on the streets,one would think there is no regulation now for them.

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