November 15, 2010
Arizona Voters Approve Medical Marijuana
Proposition 203 to legalize medical marijuana in Arizona was narrowly approved by voters, CNN reports. State election officials said the ballot measure won with support from 50.1 percent of voters, a margin of about 4,300 votes. The proposition establishes about 120 state-regulated clinics to dispense marijuana. People living more than 25 miles from a clinic will be allowed to grow their own marijuana. Medical marijuana also was on the November 2 ballot in Oregon, where a measure to expand its use was defeated, and in South Dakota, where a measure to legalize its use was defeated.
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