Field Dispatch: Inside South Dakota’s Grassroots Movement to Legalize Medical Cannabis
When you’re fighting for cannabis in a conservative state, you take inspiration where you can find it. Last year Melissa Mentele and Joy Beukelman (pictured below), two thirty-something moms living in small South Dakota farm towns, watched the documentary Evergreen, which chronicled the 2012 legalization campaign in Washington State. “We saw a woman–Alison Holcomb–leading the movement,” Mentele recalled. After the credits rolled, Mentele and Beukelman asked each other: Why not us?
If the signatures are verified, medical marijuana will be on the South Dakota ballot in November 2016.
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