Monday, September 25, 2006

Nevada on track for legalization

This is good news. The Marijuana Policy Project reports Nevada is poised to become the first state "to permit the legal cultivation, distribution, and sale of marijuana to adults aged 21 and older, it would be the biggest victory in the history of the marijuana policy reform movement."
In the new poll, respondents were read the actual text that will appear on their November ballots. Of the 600 likely Nevada voters interviewed statewide by a respected national polling firm, 49 percent said they would vote yes on the question and 43 percent said no.
This is most accurate polling done to date as other polling was conducted using charged and inaccurate wording. This bodes particularly well for reformers because it would allow recreational use and not be limited to medical users only.

We're making progress folks.


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