• Mason Tvert and Brian Vicente worked for years before A-64 could win.

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    “Around 9 p.m. on Election Night, the backers of a statewide initiative to end prohibition of marijuana got word that voters had heeded the call… The news ended what had been nearly eight years of campaigning for legalization in Colorado, and offered a resounding vindication for proponents who had been mocked, teased and criticized by leaders across the state for their efforts. “We’ve been up against institutional blockades. This is an issue where voters and the people of Colorado have led, and the leaders need to implement their will,” exclaimed a jubilant Brian Vicente.” Peter Marcus at the Colorado Statesman


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