Marion Pellicano Ambrose
Supporters of the initiative are scheduled to submit a petition to the Secretary of State’s office in
on December 29th. The measure needs 241,153 valid voter signatures to guarantee a position on Olympia ’s 2012 ballot. Washington State
In a statement of purpose, supporters wrote:
“We are united in the belief that Washington should stop wasting law enforcement resources on adults who use marijuana, and instead create a tightly regulated system that generates tax revenue for our state and local governments,” If I-502 qualifies for the ballot, it will be sent to the Washington state Legislature.”
The Legislature can enact it into law, or refer it to the ballot, or reject it. If not enacted, the proposal goes to a vote of the people.
What do you think? Should Marijuana be legalized for medicinal purposes, for everyone, or not at all?