Colorado 2012 Ballot Issue to Legalize Cannabis

There are two models to cannabis re-legalization: the True Legalization Model (freedom-based opposed by Obama) and the Law Enforcement Model (fear-based).

The Legalization Model (freedom-based): The Legalize 2012 Campaign favors the True Legalization Model, where any adult needs to show only their driver’s license to purchase cannabis. This model assumes cannabis is one of the safest substances known to man and that only minimal restrictions on time, manner and place of cannabis production and use are necessary. This model allows  responsible adult use. Cannabis is regulated equally or less-restrictively than alcohol and is subject to the same sales tax as any other retail product.

Features is that adults needs to show only their driver’s license to purchase cannabis (no fingerprints or government tracking.)

Legalize campaign website is

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