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Nevada Leaders Oppose Question 2

“As Governor and a former Federal Judge, I have seen first-hand the negative effects that marijuana for recreational purposes can have on our state and our communities.  Proponents of this measure claim it will help education, it will not. What it will do is create health and safety problems that …

How to Vote No On 2

Election day voting is on Tuesday November 8th, 2016 from 7AM to 7PM. -Reminder: You MUST vote at the designated location within your precinct. ELECTION DAY LOCATIONS: HERE  

Leaders and Groups Oppose Question 2

Elected Officials Brian Sandoval, Governor Dean Heller, US Senator Adam Laxalt, Attorney General Mark Hutchison, Lt. Governor Bob List, Former Governor Richard Bryan, Former Governor Joe Heck, Congressman and US Senate Candidate Cresent Hardy, Congressman Mark Amodei, Congressman Catherine Cortez Masto, Former AG and US Senate Candidate Andy Hafen, Mayor, …

WSJ EDITORIAL: A Brave New Weed

The costs so far from marijuana legalization are higher than advertised. Marijuana is now legal in 25 states for medicinal purposes and in four for recreational use. Voters in another five have a chance on Nov. 8 to legalize the retail consumption of pot, but the evidence rolling in from …

Heidi Harris: Lt. Governor Hutchison on Why He’s Against Issue 2

Lt. Governor Mark Hutchison discusses the facts behind Question 2 in Nevada and urges Nevadans to vote NO. Heidi Harris emphasizes and calls out the lies Proponents of Recreational Marijuana are using to ‘convince’ voters: Click to Listen here. 

EDITORIAL: Governor Sandoval opposes Question 2

By: Brian Sandoval   I oppose Question 2, the measure on the ballot to approve recreational use and possession of certain amounts of marijuana. Historically, in response to criminal justice and health issues, Nevadans have given marijuana policy a thoughtful and careful examination. Policymakers have reduced penalties for possession of …

60 MINUTES: The Pot Vote

Watch Here: Video on 60 Minutes.  KEY TAKEAWAYS Medical Stats: “Today’s pot is on average four to five times stronger than it was in the 1980’s.” “In the first 10 months of this year, teenagers that have came into the emergency room at this hospital with marijuana in their system …

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