With the primary elections just completed, two groups have already begin working
With the primary elections just completed, two groups have already begin working to get questions involving the right to die and the legalization marijuana on the ballot in 1995. Darlene Glover, the chief organizer of the right to die initiative, said her group sees Election Day this November as the time to gather the 55,000 petition signtures needed to force a referendum. Among other things, the marijuana legalization measure would permit people 21 or older to possess, transport, distribute, use or consume marijuana or hemp products. It would prohibit use by those under 21, and would clear criminal records relating to marijuana use made legal under the provisions the proposed measure.
Referendums (State), Marijuana, Right to die
"With the primary elections just completed, two groups have already begin working" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 13374.