They Got it Wrong Again is the official Slogan of the campaign against Prop. 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), also called Proposition 64 in which will be on the California ballot in November. StopPot2016 joins CALMCa and SAM Action in opposing this measure. This week the official campaign issued a statement:
“As expected, the ballot measure to commercialize non-medical marijuana has qualified for the November 2016 ballot.
This campaign will very be similar to that of Proposition 19. They have the money and No on Prop. 64 has the facts.
Under current law, convicted cartel meth and heroin dealers are banned from being involved in medical marijuana, but this initiative overturns that ban and lets these felons be licensed to sell recreational marijuana. The proponents were specifically advised by numerous law enforcement groups during the comment period about this huge flaw, but they deliberately chose to keep it in, and you have to ask “why?” Who is that provision for? They got it wrong. Again.
Proposition 64 is NOT Inevitable
For more information on this and other Proposition 64 initiative loopholes, please visit: www.TheyGotItWrongAgain.org. The press release advises contact with Tim Rosales for more information, 916.475.4900
Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Governor Jerry Brown oppose the legalization of marijuana. Although Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom supports the ballot, he admits that his wife is is “scared to death about the message (marijuana legalization) sends to our kids.”
6 thoughts on “They Got it Wrong Again! is the Slogan of No on Prop. 64”
“Although Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom supports the ballot, he admits that his wife is is “scared to death about the message (marijuana legalization) sends to our kids.””
Awwwwwww how sad????
No.. not really. move then; eh?
Leave California to the real liberals; you drooling neoliberal hillary supporting idiots!
**** AUMA 2016
Prop 64 is contrived and backed by big business to kill any competition that isn’t backed by big money. The result will be that cannabis sales will be controlled by a handful of companies that will overcharge everyone, including patients, and create a black market that will bind law enforcement resources. This is not the legislation we need.
Did you just copy and paste this everywhere you could. You’re a propagandist.
Check out Colorado marijuana results. Not good.
Clearly this initiative is badly written (about 60 pages too long), and will cause a lot of harm, rather than simply legalizing for the home grower and user.
I think a good case could be made that it violates the “one subject” rule for initiatives, too.