Big New California Poll Shows Massive Support for Legalization
A new poll from California’s Public Policy Institute puts support for Proposition 64 at a solid 60 percent.
That’s from a poll of 1700 likely voters in the state. Opposition votes trailed, at 36 percent.
That’s right on the mark of previous poll tracking; with less than 50 days to go to the election, legalization seems assured in a state with an economy that on it’s own would make it the sixth largest in the world.
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Spain’s Smokers Clubs on the Rise as Legislation Catches up with Reality
Most people have heard wonderful stories about Barcelona and many of them are probably true. The Spanish city on the Mediterranean with its mild temperatures, wide avenues and awesome art and architecture, including Picasso and Gaudí, also hosts hundreds of private “Smokers Clubs.”
If you can find them—they’re discreetly located—you’d be welcome to join for a small donation (they are non-profit), for which you’ll be given a membership card and the right to smoke as much pot as you’d like, inside the club.
To avoid the so-called drug tourism that Amsterdam sorely complains about, some clubs have a waiting period to smoke, unless you’re sponsored by a member or friend. And, yes, Spaniards are very friendly people.
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Marijuana-legalization ad plugs money for Arizona schools
The campaign to legalize marijuana unveiled a new ad Thursday touting the potential financial benefits to Arizona public schools.
The ad features a teacher and two parents who said Thursday they support marijuana legalization because the state's education system desperately needs increased funding. The campaign staged a news conference outside of a Tempe charter school, where one of the supporters teaches.
The ad will air on Facebook, Instagram and other digital platforms, said Barrett Marson, spokesman for the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol. The campaign is spending "six figures" on the ad, Marson said. He said it could also appear on TV.
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