Medical Marijuana Vote Days Away in Arizona; ABC15 Investigation Goes Undercover in California

ABC 15:  “In the November 2010 election, Arizona voters will decide whether or not to pass Proposition 203 , a proposal to permit the legal use of medical marijuana. The ABC15 investigators have gone undercover in California to explore the reasons why opponents worry it will bring more crime, substance abuse and corruption to our state, and why supporters say many seriously ill people will benefit if the proposition passes.”

Ailing Arizonans Would Benefit from Medical Marijuana

Kingman Daily Miner:  “As chair of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Policy Project, Torgerson says many Arizonans would benefit if voters approve Proposition 203, a ballot measure that would legalize the medical use of marijuana. The proposition would allow a qualifying person with a doctor’s recommendation to receive 2.5 ounces of marijuana every two weeks from licensed dispensaries. Qualifying conditions would include cancer, glaucoma, AIDS and chronic pain.”

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