Colorado groups look to legalize marijuana in 2012

Activists plan to launch campaigns but won’t collect signatures yet
06 Noviembre 2010
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Colorado marijuana activists, undaunted by California’s failure to legalize the drug, said last week they are launching two separate campaigns to legalize marijuana for adults in 2012. The groups announced their intentions even as voters in more than two dozen Colorado municipalities decided last week to ban medical marijuana centers. But advocates who want to legalize the drug see hope in Colorado, one of 14 states where medical marijuana is legal, and where Denver voters approved an ordinance making marijuana possession the “lowest law-enforcement priority.”

Saturday, November 6, 2010
The Durango Herald (US)