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Up in smoke: Arizona voters make their voices heard on Prop. 205

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce applauds Arizona voters and the business community for making their voice heard and saying NO to Proposition 205—Arizona’s ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana.

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