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Your Turn: If lawmakers send this bipartisan proposal to voters, recreational marijuana has a decent chance of passing, even in a red state like Arizona.
A bipartisan effort to legalize recreational marijuana in Arizona just might work.(Photo: Chmee2)
Arizona voters may have another shot at legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes if Rep. Mark Cardenas and Rep. Todd Clodfelter have their way.
They’re proposing House Concurrent Resolution 2037, which would refer a ballot measure to voters that would allow adults 21 and older to possess up to an ounce of marijuana for personal use and grow up to six plants.
And this time, the bipartisan effort may work, though there are significant hurdles as well.
Reefer madness has spread across the United States. Beginning in 1996, when California became the first to legalize medical marijuana, state after state has joined California’s trail-blazing