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Ohio: Legislature Considers Marijuana Vote Measure

  1. WraithRanma
    Representative Robert F. Hagan (D-Youngstown) has introduced legislation to put the question of legalizing marijuana on the state ballot. House Joint Resolution 6 asks voters to approve whether to allow people 21 or older to purchase and consume marijuana. Under this proposal, retail sales of marijuana would be limited to state-licensed establishments and would be subject to a 15 percent excise tax.

    HJR 6 requires a three-fifths vote for the legislature to put the issue on the ballot. You can read the full text of the measure attached below.

    “With billions upon billions spent on the war on drugs with little progress to show for it, it is time for more-sensible drug policy in this country,” stated Representative Hagan.

    NORML will keep you updated as this proposal moves forward. More information is available from NORML Ohio.

    Sincerely,
    The NORML Team

    National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML)
    6th May 2013
    http://norml.org/news/2013/05/06/ohio-legislature-considers-marijuana-vote-measure

Comments

  1. storkfmny
    Every state needs to do this, it's called nullification. This would be a good first step in showing the federal government who really runs the show. States can nullify unjust federal laws, tenth amendment.
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