Prop 205 is on the Arizona state ballot for 2016 and on Election Day, Arizona voters can decide if the want to vote for or against the legalization for adults 21 and over to use recreational marijuana.
The latest poll that is out shows that the proposition is in a near dead heat, with foes of the poll having a 1% edge, 45 percent to 44 percent.
Marijuana Business Daily cites a poll by “Data Orbital” (that) found that 45% of voters are opposed to the legalization initiative, Proposition 205, while 44% support it.”
The margin of error for the poll is 4% and that means the proposition is in a near dead heat.
The Arizona Marijuana Legalization Initiative, also known as Proposition 205 has had a lot of money thrown against it by foes of the ballot initiative.
Two Colorado politicians (Wellington Webb, former mayor of Denver, Colorado) and Bill Owens (former governor of Colorado) fought and lost the right for adults to use recreational marijuana in that state.
The two politicians have now turned their ire against legal pot on Arizona in a slew of commercials with some reported cherry picked stats from the RMHIDTA.
Who is the RMHIDTA?
According to Forbes they are “an anti-drug task force whose annual reports on legalization in Colorado are designed to show what a disastrous mistake it was.”
Here is the full information on the battle measure (Proposition 205) for Arizona which would make a law that says “People aged 21 years or older would be permitted to possess and use one ounce or less of marijuana and grow up to six plants in their homes.