Jan 302016
 January 30, 2016

regulate marijuana like alcohol arizona 2016Backers of a proposed ballot initiative to end marijuana prohibition in Arizona will unveil a Phoenix Open-inspired billboard on Monday to coincide with the kickoff of tournament events. The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol will hold a news conference at 11 a.m. EST in front of the billboard on the southwest corner of 7th St. and Lincoln.

The Waste Management Phoenix Open is the world’s best-attended golf tournament, according to the Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau, which refers to it as the “greatest party on grass.” The billboard will run throughout the duration of the tournament, which ends Sunday, February 7.

WHAT: Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol news conference to launch Phoenix Open-themed billboard coinciding with the kickoff of the world’s best-attended golf tournament

WHEN: Monday, February 1, 11 a.m. MST

WHERE: In front of the billboard on the southwest corner of 7th St. and Lincoln, Phoenix

WHO: J.P. Holyoak, campaign chairman

Campaign staff

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The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol is supporting a 2016 statewide ballot initiative to end marijuana prohibition in Arizona and replace it with a system in which marijuana is regulated and taxed similarly to alcohol. For more information, visit http://www.RegulateMarijuanaAZ.org.

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  • AntiIgnorant

    Cannabis should be legal WORLDWIDE!!! Safer than alcohol, tobacco and pharmaceuticals. Corruption and ignorance leads to prohibition… Personal freedom to make a safer choice, Legalize It!

    • Denny

      How do you explain alcohol prohibition?
      If that had never been legalized would there be as many drunk driving deaths each year?
      Hmm…

      • AntiIgnorant

        There would be many, many more… because breathalyzers wouldn’t have been created and drunks wouldn’t be removed from the roads and given DUI’s before they kill people. Would you prefer only black market dealers receive money for substances (alcohol, cannabis) that will always be in demand? Whether you approve or not, people will always want their alcohol and cannabis. Logic says, regulate not prohibit.

        • Denny

          I said nothing about black market dealers, merely a comment regarding drunk drivers, and there’s no shortage of them on the roads daily.
          I like the way the dispensaries are currently functioning, but their pricing is high, especially for the edibles.
          Even so, I have no interest in black market goods and services and won’t buy anything there.

      • saynotohypocrisy

        Are you implying something about weed with your question about drunk driving?

    • saynotohypocrisy

      A lot safer than football too. How dare people who get their kicks watching concussion-dementia derby while they drink booze tell other folks they can’t use weed? If you want people to respect the law, don’t make POS laws.