Arizona Bill Would Legalize Marijuana, Nullify Federal Prohibition

A bill filed last week in Arizona would authorize marijuana to be taxed and regulated similar to alcohol, legalizing the plant, and effectively nullifying the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the same. House Bill 2007 (HB2007) was prefiled by State Rep. Mark Cardenas (D-Phoenix). If passed, people aged 21 and older may “possess, consume, use, display,…

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Nevada May Be the Next State to Nullify Marijuana Prohibition

The Nevada state legislature will consider a proposal to legalize marijuana in 2015. If passed, it will effectively nullify the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the same. And, if the legislature fails to do the job, the issue will go directly to the voters instead.

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Missouri Legislation Would Effectively Nullify Unconstitutional Federal Marijuana Prohibition

The Missouri state legislature will consider a constitutional amendment that would allow the voters to decide on the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes during the 2015 session, effectively nullifying the unconstitutional federal prohibition of the same.

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