Arizona voters made a huge mistake when we legalized recreational marijuana

April 17, 2023 · Yahoo!News

Everyone talks about the homeless problem, and now the DUI problem, but never addresses what has really changed in Arizona.

The decision to legalize cannabis was a major mistake, especially after seeing the negative effects it had on Colorado after that state legalized recreational marijuana before the pandemic.

The gateway drug is now legal, and the access to all drugs is out of control. We cannot blame this on our county officials.

Unfortunately, we the voters created this new environment. (Full Story)

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