Two campaigns to legalize medical cannabis in Arkansas could wind up killing each other in November if both of them somehow qualify for the ballot.
“It will be enough to split the vote and both will fail,” one MMJ campaign manager told the Associated Press.
Arkansans have already rejected medical cannabis once before, in 2012, when 51% of voters shot down another statewide initiative.
This year, one proposed ballot measure – by Arkansans for Compassionate Care – needs 67,887 signatures by July 8. If successful, it would change state statute and legalize MMJ.
The second, supported by Little Rock
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