This would put legal cannabis on Utah's western (NV), eastern (CO), and southern (AZ) borders, and that helps push overall reform along. We're hopeful for some Wyoming news. Idaho's push has been hampered by the coronavirus pandemic, but sentiment keeps growing there as well.

"On Wednesday, Smart & Safe Arizona, the citizen’s initiative to legalize adult-use cannabis announced that 420,000 signatures had been filed with the Arizona Secretary of State, nearly double the amount needed to qualify for ballot access in November. It’s a significant win for the pro-cannabis movement in the Copper State, which has been collecting signatures for over 10 months.

To date, the campaign has raised more than $3 million. According to a statement released on Wednesday by the Arizona Dispensary Association, proponents remain optimistic about their chances come this November, with expectations high that the measure will pass.

'Arizonans are ready to legalize cannabis, and this is the right policy for our state,' said Arizona Dispensary Association President Steve White, CEO of Harvest Health and Recreation."

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Legal cannabis initiative files 420,000 signatures in Arizona in preparation for November ballot

On Wednesday, Smart & Safe Arizona, the citizen’s initiative to legalize adult-use cannabis announced that 420,000 signatures had been filed with the Arizona Secretary of State, nearly double the amount needed to qualify for ballot access in November. It’s a significant win for the pro-cannabis …


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