DENVER–David Bronner, CEO of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, a leading voice for sustainable business and president of the Hemp Industrial Association, was in town today to give $50,000 to the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol.
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An amendment to the U.S. House Appropriations Bill that would have required the Department of Justice to stand down in pursuing cases against the medical marijuana industry failed Wednesday night on a mostly party line vote. Colorado’s seven-member delegation split on the amendment, with Democrats voting in favor and Republicans voting against.
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol (Amendment 64) will run its first television ad beginning tomorrow, May 11, during NBC’s “The Today Show.” The ad will also air during “Ellen,” and the Mother’s Day episode of “The Doctors.”
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol today unveiled its first billboard, located at 1660 Federal Blvd., just up the hill from Sports Authority Field at Mile High and towering over a liquor store.
This November Colorado voters will get to vote on at least one initiative to legalize possession of small amounts of marijuana by adults.
The Colorado Secretary of State’s office announced today that after reviewing a random sample of signatures turned in by supporters of marijuana legalization measure Initiative 30 it will be necessary to review all 163,598 signatures.
This morning, proponents of a statewide initiative to legalize and regulate marijuana submitted nearly 160,000 signatures in support of placing the measure on the 2012 ballot. Only 86,105 valid signatures of registered Colorado voters are needed to qualify.
Hundreds of law enforcement professionals including Denver’s U.S. District Judge John Kane have come together on a curious quest: Saying the drug war has failed, they want to legalize drugs.
Marijuana legalization advocate Mason Tvert today filed a formal complaint with the Secretary of State’s office alleging that people from a competing legalization group have stolen signed petitions from people circulating them on behalf of Tvert’s Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol organization.