Amendment 64

Amendment 64

Amendment 64

Shaleen Title, Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission | May 07, 2019
It was an incredibly formative experience to work on Amendment 64, which was historic legislation; the first initiative to legalize marijuana in the United States. I was very fortunate to be put on that campaign– at the time I was working at the non-profit Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, now Law Enforcement Action Partnership. I just had a feeling that Amendment 64 was going to pass. Brian Basenche, one of the people running it, had been a mentor and colleague of mine in the activist world for many years.

I called him up from Boston and I said, "Can I please move to Denver and work on this campaign? I think it's going to pass and I think i...

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