Legalizing Marijuana in California could be on November ballot

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  1. May 16, 2014

    […] “It stops putting 20,000 people a year in jail in California for low level offenses and it creates a diversion program,” John Lee, a Silicon Valley businessman who heads the nonprofit Americans for Policy Reform, told KPCC. Americans for Policy Reform is one of the groups behind the measure. He said the law also opens up possibilities for medical research, as well as generating revenue from a variety of marijuana uses… […]

  2. June 10, 2014

    […] “It stops putting 20,000 people a year in jail in California for low level offenses and it creates a diversion program,” John Lee, a Silicon Valley businessman who heads the nonprofit Americans for Policy Reform, told KPCC. Americans for Policy Reform is one of the groups behind the measure. He said the law also opens up possibilities for medical research, as well as generating revenue from a variety of marijuana uses… […]

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