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What Prop 205 means for Arizonans

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What Prop 205 means for Arizonans

Marijuana legalization in Arizona is a ballot issue for the first time in 2016.

Marijuana legalization in Arizona is a ballot issue for the first time in 2016.

Courtesy of Carlos Gracia

Marijuana legalization in Arizona is a ballot issue for the first time in 2016.

Courtesy of Carlos Gracia

Courtesy of Carlos Gracia

Marijuana legalization in Arizona is a ballot issue for the first time in 2016.

Ole Olafson, Senior Audio Producer, Scottsdale Chronicle

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Senior Audio Producer Ole Olafson delves into Prop 205 and the hot-button topic of marijuana legalization with John Kavanagh and Carlos Alfaro.

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  1. Dave K on September 20th, 2016 12:43 pm

    Kavanaugh is a special Arizona wingnut who works diligently to allow the Mexican drug cartels to prosper in Arizona. He believes that it is preferable to continue the current system where marijuana and other drugs are sold by the Mexican drug cartels rather than to see marijuana sold in a retail setting where retailers can ask for ID’s from our kids. Although Kavanaugh says there will be carnage on our highways, he is wrong. Colorado, during their first year of legal and regulated sales had fewer DUI fatalities according to state figures. He purposefully ignores the federal government’s own study of marijuana’s effect on driving. This is the most comprehensive study done to date. The study found that consumption of marijuana was not associated with an increase in traffic accidents. Kavanaugh is a despicable out of stater that would rather see our children in jail than to be provided an education.

    http://cloudfront-assets.reason.com/assets/db/14237659005232.pdf

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