March 30, 2016
Cannabadger.com: Binding referendum planned to reduce Monona pot fines
Posted by Gary Storck
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
After the Monona Public Safety Commission abruptly reversed course and rejected a proposal to lower local pot fines, NORML decided to take it to voters who already overwhelmingly passed advisory referendums supporting legalization for medical and adult use.
In late February the Monona Public Safety Commission (PSC) rejected a proposal to lower city pot fines in a 5-4 vote. Now the Madison chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) is planning to collect signatures to place a binding referendum before Monona voters that would reduce cannabis penalties, according to chapter president Nate Petreman.
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Posted by Gary at March 30, 2016 01:15 PM
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