Some of the people who brought a marijuana legalization plan to the ballot two years ago want to try to put a different one before voters next year.
Jimmy Gould backed the 2015 amendment which failed overwhelmingly at the ballot box, and he was recently rejected for a large cultivator’s license by the state’s medical marijuana program. But he says it’s not that rejection but rather problems with the process that are prompting him to put an all-out legalization of marijuana before voters next year.
“Let’s stop this nonsense. This is crazy.”