Idaho petitioners file to put medical marijuana on 2020 ballot

Idaho advocates filed an initiative to place medical marijuana on the 2020 ballot, which would potentially create a statewide MMJ retail market.

The Idaho Cannabis Coalition submitted initial signatures to start the process, and the Secretary of State now will review the initiative, according to Boise TV station KBOI.

The organizers will attempt to collect 55,057 signatures to put medical marijuana up to a vote next year.

More details about Idaho petitioners filing the initiative can be found here.

3 comments on “Idaho petitioners file to put medical marijuana on 2020 ballot
  1. Tim Rodgers on

    I want to get fully involved in this. I am on disability and suffer from pain all day. Please contact me, I will be a strong voice on this and am afraid of no one. I am also tired of having to sneak across state line to get my medicine like a criminal. Please contact me my voice is strong.

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  2. Isaiah Bueno on

    I am on board with medically helping everyone in Idaho and then maybe we can finally accept that it’s not a drug it is a healer

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