MILegalize Extends Deadline For Petition Signatures

“We’re really strong financially," Hank said.  "We’ve received or have pledged to us more than $500,000.”

MICHIGAN: A Lansing-based group collecting signatures to get a marijuana-legalization question on statewide ballots next year says it’s extending its petition campaign past a previous deadline of Dec. 21 that its leaders had set.

“For a variety of reasons, MILegalize is extending its campaign,”  Lansing attorney Jeffrey Hank, chair of the Michigan Comprehensive Cannabis Law Reform Committee, said this weekend.

“We’re really strong financially,” Hank said.  “We’ve received or have pledged to us more than $500,000.”

Read full article @ Detroit Free Press

Comments

  1. Dean says

    I’m on board with legalizing pot. It is much better than alcohol. I’ve lost my baby brother to a drunk driver. And the only bad I’ve ever seen from it is being arrested. Never seen death from overdose. And it will put an end to the false propaganda we currently see in the media.

  2. Larry says

    CANNABIS CAN HELP!
    HEAL OUR SICK!
    HEAL OUR SICK PLANET!
    HEAL OUR SICK PLANET ECONOMY!
    If someone tries to tell you DIFFERENTLY. They are either IGNORANT or LYING! If IGNORANT then PLEASE EDUCATE THEM with all the SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE on how CANNABIS CAN HELP!

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