Legislative District 22 Senate Republican write-in candidate Dick Weed doesn’t live in District 22, according to a quick search of his residential address. His home is actually in the heavily Democratic District 26. And he’s not alone. In fact, several candidates this year – and in past years – don’t live in the districts where they run.
Without comment, the state Supreme Court late Thursday upheld the decision of a trial judge that the 100-word description on the Smart and Safe Arizona Act “accurately described the proposition.” That clears the way for the proposal to appear on the November ballot.
Arizonans smoked, ate, drank or otherwise consumed more than 43 tons of legal medical marijuana in the year just ended.
Arizona’s more than 114,000 medical marijuana patients smoked, ate or otherwise consumed more than 29 tons of the drug last year.
Local officials cannot use federal laws outlawing marijuana to refuse to provide necessary zoning for dispensaries, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery says he expects President-elect Donald Trump's administration to put an end to "the charade" of marijuana legalization laws.
Backers of recreational use of marijuana finally conceded Tuesday what has been generally known for a week: Arizona voters didn’t like their proposal.
Arizona voters rejected a measure that would have legalized recreational marijuana for adults and set up a commercial marijuana industry in the state.
Colorado lawmakers: Anti-pot ads get four Pinocchios
Three Colorado state legislators on Monday called on opponents of the Arizona measure to legalize recreational pot to stop airing what they say are misleading and inaccurate ads.
If voters approve a ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana for adults, a new state agency will be created to regulate the substance.
A TV ad backing legal pot in Arizona features a Marine veteran saying marijuana saved him from post-traumatic stress disorder. In an opposition commercial, a former Colorado governor warns of the dangers of the legal drug, claiming that pot-laced candy is marketed to children.