AZFMR Campaign To LEGALIZE Marijuana is Put On Hold Until 2018

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Based on the number of Petitions that we now bring in each week, our Campaign leadership has concluded that we must put the AZFMR Campaign to Legalize Marijuana on hold until 2018. However, we will continue to accept any Petitions from our volunteers as a formality.

Our entire Campaign would like to sincerely say THANK YOU to our 200+ Volunteers and the 100+ Arizona Businesses who have helped us collect all of these signatures for our 2016 Campaign!

We would also like to give another big THANK YOU to each and every person and business who contributed financially to our Campaign to Legalize Marijuana! Despite not making the 2016 ballot, we truly believe that this 2016 Campaign was a SUCCESS!

Day 1 of the new AZFMR 2018 Campaign to Legalize Marijuana starts on November 9th, 2016! Our army of volunteers and supporting businesses will be ready!

In the meantime, we’re going to launch a NEW Campaign to encourage all Arizonans to Vote NO on the MPP 2016 Initiative and Vote YES on our AZFMR 2018 Marijuana Legalization Initiative instead.

(If you previously made a financial contribution to our “Campaign to Legalize Marijuana”, that money stays with THAT Campaign. If you want to make a financial contribution to the Vote NO Campaign, you will need to make a new contribution.)

In addition to doing the Vote NO Campaign, we’ll also be working to persuade the Arizona Legislature to pass our Marijuana Decriminalization bill prior to the vote in November 2016.

Day 1 of the new AZFMR 2018 Campaign starts on November 9th, 2016. Starting on October 1st, 2016, we’ll be allowing people to suggest or recommend any changes that should be made to our AZFMR 2018 Marijuana Legalization Initiative..

We only get 1 chance to pass a Marijuana Legalization bill in Arizona, so we MUST do it right the first time!

Our Campaign leadership is very excited to continue working with all of our AZFMR supporters as we transition into the Vote NO Campaign and then quickly transition back into the AZFMR Marijuana Legalization Campaign in a few short months!

On behalf of all Arizonans, Thank You all so much for standing up for what’s right!

  • Jeff Kaufman

    You are a bunch of jerks and babies to oppose the MPP initiative. Either you support marijuana or you don’t. I encourage you to support MPP or stand down and not oppose it. This won’t affect your future actions to decriminalize cannabis. Jeff Kaufman

  • AZ BUDMAN

    We need a VOTE NO ON MPP logo. Something that will get peoples attention. I am trying my best to spread the word, as I did collecting signatures. But we MUST defeat the MPP [slavery] proposition dead in its tracks.
    AZMedicalBud@HUSHMAIL.com

  • AZ BUDMAN

    The MPP scam only benefits the greedy, corporate dispensary owners. They seek to dominate the entire state of Arizona, including the smoke shops. All about the $$$ to to greedy dispensary owners.
    THE PATIENTS AND ADULTS OF ARIZONA DESERVE 100% LEGALIZATION, SIMILAR TO COLORADO. NOTHING LESS IS ACCEPTABLE.

    • Lastrealindian

      I do have one simple question which has been on my 63 year old mind.

      “I” WANT “my” marijuana friggn….”LAB TESTED”! … Right here in Arizona. Molds, mildew, and all other contaminants and all other chemicals which could possible cause harm to anyone.

      Convenience stores, grocery stores and even liquor stores including everywhere else for “Public” sales to anyone, or, of just what is decided is legal age, in “my” mind should be required to be tested somewhere along the line BEFORE it is for sale.

      That is the only thing that blocks me from voting to “Re-Legalize”, “without the requirement” for what “I” believe should be the “NEW” law. So far just “my” opinion. Except all the hemp products, in the United States of America because “they” are ready to open it up wide open.

      Hemp is and has been happening here and it is great!

      “OUR” growers right here in Arizona are the finest in the whole world producing a better product(s) than anywhere else.

      Quality and Purity are my primary concerns AGAINST just straight-up “Re-LEGALIZATION” for sales of just any weed.

      That is the only thing that blocks me from voting to “Re-Legalize”, without that requirement for what “I” believe should be. Excluding Hemp.

      “OUR” growers are the finest in the whole world. Quality and Purity are my primary concerns AGAINST “LEGALIZATION”. ALL “street weed” is purely, unless you know the

      grower personally, what “I” consider a “mystery stuff”. If the smoke is “Required” to be tested before a retail store can sell it, I WILL vote to totally “legalize” marijuana as it should be, and should have stayed way back in the 1930’s. I am “Pro Legalization”. With

      strings…OTHERWISE… the g.d. Mexicans WILL haul “their” trash in here to keep on supplying “to those whom believe “they” are really paying less than dispensary prices. They are being stolen from.

  • Sam Fox

    Jeff, the big $$ greed freaks are the jerks. MPP does little to change anything compared to AZSAFER. MPP leaves felonies in place, offers no post conviction relief, has few protections for the cannabis user & MPP PURPOSEFULLY messed up freedom for citizen growers with their 25 mile halo around dispensaries. All MPP does is kiss the hind end of of the big $$ peeps & throw the finger to the cannabis consumer.

    We DO support cannabis RE-legalization but not the me first $$ minded dispensary owners & backers. WE want the greater freedom that AZSAFER would have given us that MPP does next to nothing to provide.

    I read the comparison chart a few times. Compared to AZSAFER, MPP SUCKS!! IF MPP cared about regular people instead of the $$, they would have thrown out their weak initiative & partnered with AZSAFER. But NOOO!! They have to go after the $$…together MPP & AZS could have made it this year…

    Gee, thanks for NOTHING you MPP creeps. And jerk crybabies. Whining for the $$ MPP is. Power & greed. That’s MPP.

    mM