US attorneys crack down on the Tenth Amendment

posted by
May 4, 2011
Future of Freedom Foundation
by Laurence M. Vance  
Posted in Commentary

"Since just last month, the Arizona Department of Health Services has been accepting applications for medical marijuana patient and caregiver cards. Voters in Arizona approved an initiative placed on the ballot via a citizen petition, Proposition 203, the 'Arizona Medical Marijuana Act,’ in the general election last November. The measure, which took effect on April 14, narrowly passed by a vote of 841,346 to 837,005. So, despite opposition to Proposition 203 from all of Arizona’s sheriffs and county prosecutors, the governor, and the state attorney general, medical marijuana is now legal in Arizona." (05/04/11)  

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