Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Cannabis Ballot Initiative Released for Public Comment

The Campaign has released draft language for its ballot initiative that is being proposed for the November 2012 ballot. You can read it online:

The Initiative removes all criminal penalties for cannabis use in Colorado and sets up an independent commission to implement the law. This is a true citizen's ballot initiative, so all comments are welcome and will be incorporated as they can to further the goals of the amendment.

Public Comments Requested: The ballot initiative will be open for public comments until Monday, Jan. 16, 2012.

Give your feedback by email:

Or participate in a public forum to discuss the amendment:

Know Your Ballot Initiatives: is NOT Initiative 30, which is supported by a different group. The amendment removes all criminal penalties and gives control of cannabis to the people. I30 gives more control to the police. Read more about the two campaigns on our website. Be prepared to educate yourself and other voters who may be confused by the two campaigns. Click here for a comparison of the two campaigns:

Timeframe: This ballot initiative will be filed with the Secretary of State and have more hearings on the language of it until it is finalized and a ballot title is set. That process should take 2 to 4 weeks. Then the ballot initiative can be printed and circulated for signatures, if sufficient funds are raised.


Send all inquiries to:
P.O. Box 19084
Boulder, Colorado 80308
Phone: 877-420-4205

This initiative is co-sponsored by:
Dr. Robert Melamede, President
Colorado Cannabis Science, Inc.
6946 North Academy Blvd, Suite B #254
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

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