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    @AZ voter types-YES on 205 plz

    It's the ballot measure about legalizing medicinal cannabis. The Drug Warriors and so forth have been putting out propaganda campaigns and misinformation for weeks. $#@!s. :P Thnx, y'all. ~hugs~
    Quote Originally Posted by Torchbearer
    what works can never be discussed online. there is only one language the government understands, and until the people start speaking it by the magazine full... things will remain the same.
    Hear/buy my music here "government is the enemy of liberty"-RP Support me on Patreon here Ephesians 6:12



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    No, write in Vermin Supreme.
    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    It's a balance between appeasing his supporters, appeasing the deep state and reaching his own goals.
    ~Resident Badgiraffe




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    It's for recreational use actually, medical is already legal there. I agree though - vote for it, as hard as you can.


    And don't give any of these people your business.


    Here Are the Prohibitionists Who've Donated $10,000 or More to Keep Marijuana a Felony in Arizona

    ...

    $100,000-plus donors:

    Discount Tire $1 million

    Arizona Chamber of Commerce $918,000

    Sheldon Adelson (Nevada casino magnate) $500,000

    Insys Therapeutics Inc. (maker of Fentanyl and synthetic THC) $500,000

    Empire Southwest LLC (construction-equipment company) $350,000

    Services Group of America (food distribution company — has a division that sells food to private prisons) $180,000

    SAM Action (national anti-marijuana group) $165,000

    T. Denny Sanford (South Dakota businessman) $100,000

    Larry Van Tuyl (auto dealership mogul who owns a $125-million-dollar yacht) $100,000

    Randy Kendrick (wife of Ken Kendrick, Arizona Diamondbacks owner) $100,000


    $50,000-plus donors:

    Arizona Mining Association $51,000

    Arizona Automobile Dealers Association $50,000

    Michael Ahearn (co-founder of First Solar) $50,000


    $25,000-plus donors:

    Arizona Republican Party $45,570

    Anita Farnsworth (Mesa philanthropist) $40,000

    Pima Medical Institute $40,000

    Dan Grubb (auto dealer) $35,000

    U-Haul $35,000

    Gila River Indian Community $25,000

    Robson Communities Inc. (home developer) $25,000

    Fulton Homes Corporation $25,000

    Larry Clemmensen (Paradise Valley investor) $25,000

    Southern Arizona Leadership (Tucson-boosting group) $25,000

    Microchip Technology Incorporated $25,000


    $10,001 to $20,000 donors:

    William R. Metzler (real estate) $20,000

    Arizona Cotton Growers Association $15,000

    Taylor Morrison Inc. (homebuilder) $15,000

    Greater Phoenix Leadership $15,000

    Robert H. Castellini (Cincinnati Reds baseball team owner) $15,000

    Jim Chamberlain (Sun State Builders owner) $12,821

    Kent and Shelley Bunger (owners of contracting company) $11,000


    $10,000 donors:

    Pinnacle West Capital Corporation (parent company of Arizona Public Service utility) $10,000

    Bashas' Inc. (grocery-store chain) $10,000

    Daniel and Carleen Brophy (Wyoming-based philanthropists) $10,000

    Foster Friess (Wyoming businessman) $10,000

    Peterson & Burge Enterprises (Kingman brother-and-sister business behind Desert Oro Foods) $10,000

    Arizona Rock Products Association (Rock PAC) $10,000

    El Dorado Holdings Inc. (developer) $10,000

    Ken Ellegard (auto dealer) $10,000

    Jim Click Automotive Team $10,000

    Bennett Dorrance (Campbell Soup heir) $10,000

    Arizona Trucking Association $10,000

    Scott Savage (Ohio investor) $10,000

    Grimaldi's Brick-Oven Pizzeria $10,000

    Lavidge (ad agency) $10,000

    Michael Pierson (part-owner of Team PRP, a Mesa auto recycling firm) $10,000

    Ewing Irrigation Products Inc. $10,000

    Richard C. Adkerson (CEO and president of Freeport-McMoran) $10,000

    Freeport-McMoran (mining company) $10,000

    Arizona Wine and Spirits Wholesale Association Inc. $10,000

    Ed Breunig (Laz-Y-Boy Furniture Gallery owner) $10,000

    CopperPoint (insurance company) $10,000

    Douglas Fougnies (patent enforcer) $10,000

    Salmon for Congress (Matt Salmon isn't running for Congress any more, but can use his donors' money for other political campaigns) $10,000

    Donald Diamond (Tucson real estate investor) $10,000

    Knight Transportation $10,000

    Arizona Chapter Associated General Contractors of America Inc. $10,000

    M.R. Tanner Construction $10,000

    Arizona Lodging & Tourism Association $10,000

    Michael Pollack (Tempe movie-theater owner) $10,000

    Sun State Builders $10,000

    Jerry Hayden (retired businessman and Club for Growth donor) $10,000
    http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/...rizona-8794628

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    Beg pardon, sir. Thanks for the correction and the list of villains! ~hugs~ With with fellow AZ people on the webbernets.
    Quote Originally Posted by jct74 View Post
    It's for recreational use actually, medical is already legal there. I agree though - vote for it, as hard as you can.


    And don't give any of these people your business.




    http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/...rizona-8794628
    Last edited by heavenlyboy34; 11-06-2016 at 11:36 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Torchbearer
    what works can never be discussed online. there is only one language the government understands, and until the people start speaking it by the magazine full... things will remain the same.
    Hear/buy my music here "government is the enemy of liberty"-RP Support me on Patreon here Ephesians 6:12

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    Grimaldi's Brick-Oven Pizzeria $10,000
    Turns out not everybody with a brick oven is cool.
    "I am a bird"



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