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Under Prop 207…

  • Use by kids and teens would go up. Just look at other “legal” states. [1]
  • Marijuana gummies, candies, cookies, soda, and vape pens would be sold.
  • Marijuana businesses would be allowed to advertise on every platform.[2]

[1] https://www.samhsa.gov/data/sites/default/files/reports/rpt23235/2k18SAEExcelTabs/NSDUHsaePercents2018.pdf

[2] Prop 207, section ARS 36-2859

Past-year as well as past-month marijuana use among 12- to 17-year-olds in “legal” states increased from 2016/2017 to 2017/2018. An average of 16.4% of 12- to 17-year-olds in “legal” states reported past-year use in 2017/2018, and an average of 9.4% reported past-month use.

Want to know more about what is in the Smart and Safe Arizona initiative to legalize recreational marijuana?

Watch MATFORCE Executive Director Merilee Fowler explain some points of the initiative that will affect every resident and visitors to our state.

Concerned about recreational marijuana? | Find out more

2020 General Election Publicity Pamphlet: Letters Against Prop 207

Read letters from concerned citizens and community leaders voting against Prop 207.

Sally Schindel, mother

Sheila Polk, Yavapai County Attorney

Ed Gogek, M.D., Board-Certified Psychiatrist

Paul Braithwaite, DO, Physician & Parent

WATCH: Voices of Victims – Drug Use is NOT a Victimless Crime

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The often heard refrain, “Drug use is a victimless crime,” is a common argument peppered through well meaning conversations about drug legalization. But is it a true statement? Are people who use drugs only hurting themselves? Join a network of parents who will share their stories of pain and loss caused by marijuana and other drug use. Hear these courageous individuals discuss the details of their loss in hopes of helping others.