• News Digest October 27

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    Washington Intiative 502

    News: Washington Initiative 502: both sides of the debate - Andrew Winner at the Seattle Tmes

    News: I-502 creates new set of issues - Meghan Stephenson at the North Kitsap Herald

    News: Marijuana Notes: Wait a second … “2 grams per use”? - Jake Ellison at KPLU Seattle

    Endorsement: SSDP And Steve DeAngelo Endorse Washington I-502 - Johnny Green at The Weed Blog


    Oregon Measure 80

    Interview: D. Paul Stanford, founder of the Hemp and Cannabis Foundation, talks about Oregon Measure 80 - Etopia News

    Endorsement: The Source Weekly Endorses Measure 80, Ending Cannabis Prohibition - Johnny Green at The Weed Blog

    Advertisement (Video): Vote Yes on Measure 80! Oregon Cannabis Tax Act (Legalize Marijuana) - Wake Up and Legalize It (YouTube)


    Colorado Amendment 64

    Analysis: Colorado’s Amendment 64 Estimated To Generate $60 Million in Annual Revenue - Tara Dodrill at the Inquisitr

    News: Colorado Revenue Boost from Marijuana Legalization Uncertain - John Ingold at the Denver Post

    Feature: Amendment 64: Getting High at 5,280 ft. - Mark Swihart at New Era News

    Opinion: Wanted: One state to go it alone on marijuana – Vincent Carroll at the Denver Post

    Opinion: There are economic reasons for saying no to legal marijuana - David May of the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce at the Coloradoan

    Advertisement (Video): New “Veterans For Colorado Amendment 64″ TV Ad - Johnny Green at the Weed Blog



    News: Pot Polling Update - Andrew Sullivan at the Daily Beast

    News: Voter Initiatives On Dope, Health, and Land Breathe New Life Into Federalism - J. D. Tuccille at Reason


    Media Outlets

    StopTheDrugWar.org: Marijuana Legalization Archives

    Drug War Chronicle: Initiative Watch


    Steve maintains Marijuana Monitor from Oakland, California. Having grown up in the East Bay and studied at UCLA, he's had ample exposure to contemporary marijuana culture and the policy debate surrounding the issue. He believes that now, more than ever, is the time for clear-headed discussion about pragmatics.

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