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(Montana Referendum 124)

Montana Referendum 124: Ban Medical Marijuana Montana: Ban Medical Marijuana


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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County Results Beaverhead - Daniels

Beaverhead


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Big Horn


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Blaine


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Broadwater


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Carbon


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Carter


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Cascade


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Chouteau


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Custer


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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Daniels


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This measure asks voters to keep or reject a 2011 law that replaced a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive version. In 2004, Montana voters approved a law creating a medical marijuana program in the state. A 2011 law repealed the 2004 law, and while it did not outlaw the use of medical marijuana, it placed numerous restrictions on medical marijuana providers and users. A "FOR" vote is the anti-medical marijuana position. It replaces a 2004 medical marijuana law with a far more restrictive one passed in 2011. An "AGAINST" vote is the pro-medical marijuana position. It repeals a 2011 law that repealed a 2004 medical marijuana law. Voting "AGAINST" will restore the 2004 medical marijuana law, which medical marijuana backers support.

 
 
 

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