Start Making Calls for Sensible Drug Policy

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Drug decriminalization and psilocybin therapy are on the ballot for the first time ever in a U.S. state, making Election 2020 unprecedented for drug policy reform. With ballot measures on medical and adult-use cannabis legalization, psilocybin therapy, low-level drug decriminalization, and expanded funding for harm reduction, treatment, and recovery services, our progress as a movement hinges on us activating voters and getting our priorities passed. Yet, reform is never guaranteed. We need voters under 35 to turn out in record numbers and vote for sensible drug policy. 

We have pasted ballot measure information and volunteer sign up forms below for the measures we are supporting in 2020. Make a plan right now to log 100 phone calls before Election Day on November 3rd. More votes are being mailed in every day, which means our get out the vote push starts now.

Cannabis legalization

Arizona: Prop 207 (adult use)
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Montana: I-190 and CI-118 (adult use)
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New Jersey: Public Question 1 (adult use)
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South Dakota: Amendment A and Measure 26 (adult use and medical legalization)
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Drug decriminalization

Oregon: Measure 110
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Psilocybin therapy

Oregon: Measure 109
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