Friday, March 24, 2017

News From AZSOS: Initiatives Filed Re-legalize all Drugs including Marijuana, heroin, cocaine, LSD and Peyote in Arizona

News from Michele Reagan  Arizona Secretary of State
(602) 542-4285

Secretary Reagan has announced the following Initiative applications have been filed with her office.

I-13-2018       
Initiative to re-legalize all drugs including marijuana, heroin, cocaine, LSD and peyote in Arizona

Application Date: March 22, 2017
Due: July 5, 2018              
Signatures Required: 150,642

RAD Final 2
9806 N. 5th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85020
(480) 580-8635
Mickey Jones, Applicant and Chairman

This initiative is 100% complete legalization of all drugs. It forbids the government from taxing or regulating any drug. It gives complete, automatic pardons to anyone convicted of a drug crime, civilly punishes government employees who violate a person drug rights, forbids extraditing for drug crimes, forbids the government from discriminating against drug users and requires the courts to accept cases involving drugs.

I-14-2018       
Initiative to re-legalize Marijuana in Arizona
Application Date: March 22, 2017
Due: July 5, 2018              
Signatures Required: 150,642

RAD Final 1
9806 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020
(480) 580-8635
Mickey Jones, Applicant and Chairman

This initiative is 100% complete legalization of marijuana, unlike the phony baloney Safer Arizona initiative. It forbids the government from taxing or regulating marijuana. It gives complete, automatic pardons to anyone convicted of a marijuana crime, civilly punishes government employees who violate a person marijuana rights, forbids extraditing for marijuana crimes, forbids the government from discriminating against marijuana users and requires the courts to accept cases involving marijuana.

Matt Roberts
Director of Communications
Arizona Secretary of State, Michele Reagan
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
(602) 542-2228

(602) 540-3521

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