Kicking Ass and Taking Names: Another Anti-Medical Marijuana Candidate Bites the Dust

Last night, the medical cannabis advocate community defeated a second anti-medical marijuana candidate in a state Attorney General race. In Oregon, Dwight Holton, a former US attorney, lost in a landslide after medical cannabis became a campaign issue. In 2010, we defeated Steve Cooley in a very close race for California Attorney General. And these are not the only recent victories.
Any day now, Connecticut will become the 17th state to adopt medical cannabis laws. Last week, 73% of President Obama’s own party in Congress voted against his policy of cracking down on medical marijuana, and the week before, Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi stood up to condemn Drug Enforcement Administration raids in medical cannabis states.
These are pretty exciting times for a movement under attack, but this momentum is no accident.
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