The Marijuana Policy Project group has made strides in marijuana acceptance in the state of Nevada. The group collected more than enough signatures to put forward marijuana legalization for the 2016 ballot. This is the first state on the books for marijuana cannabis legislation ballot for next year, 2016. Mason Tvert, the communications director for the Marijuana Policy Project group made a comment on this development. Tvert said “Voters will have the opportunity to end marijuana prohibition next year and replace it with a policy that actually makes sense.”
The policy of choice is, of course, to legalize marijuana. Make cannabis open to patients who need it. Make cannabis open to persons who want to use it for recreational purposes. When persons are able to buy marijuana online and in stores freely, without fear of prosecution, that will be a big deal. Make the marijuana industry grow and add to the economy. This policy will change Nevada and other states that decide to legalize marijuana.
Work of the Marijuana Policy Project Group
The group has been working on pushing forth marijuana legalization. They have been working on the language on the ballot. To make sure it is comprehensive and correct. The group will also make sure that all marijuana issues are all addressed. Marijuana issues such as whether it is recreational or medical will be addressed on the ballot. They addressed whether it can be home grown or not by persons in the state. Making sure businesses can allow persons to buy marijuana online and access it by other means. The marijuana policy project group has worked on other state initiatives to make it possible and legal for persons to buy marijuana online and anywhere legally.
The marijuana policy project group has also worked on getting the marijuana industry free and opened up on other states. They were behind the successful legalization process in Colorado in 2012 as well as in Alaska in 2014.
Marijuana will Mean Big Things for the Future
When patients are able to buy marijuana online in Nevada, to use for diseases and ailments it will be a notable accomplishment. Cannabis news record several illnesses that marijuana is used to treat such as marijuana cancer treatment, marijuana for migraines, marijuana for glaucoma and many more. The medical marijuana benefits are quite many.
Tvert also had this to say, “law enforcement officials will be able to spend their time addressing more serious crimes, and adults will no longer be punished simply for using marijuana.” The marijuana policy project group will also be pursuing marijuana legalization ballots in other states. These states include Arizona, Maine and Massachusetts. Hopefully these states will come on board to legalize cannabis drugs. And, as Tvert says, start spending more of their time addressing serious crimes instead of making it hard persons from using the very potent, useful and beneficial cannabis.