Ken Buck, Weld County DA: Respect Colorado voters and stop prosecuting adults for marijuana
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Ken Buck, Weld County DA: Respect Colorado voters and stop prosecuting adults for marijuana

    1. Daniel Williams
    2. Petition by

      Daniel Williams

      ft. collins, CO

The Colorado voters have by a majority voiced their opinion that possession of marijuana in small amounts is not a crime. Prosecution of marijuana cases goes directly against what the voters of Colorado have decided. When Colorado voters approved Amendment 64, they sent a clear message to law enforcement officials that adults 21 and older should not be made criminals for using marijuana.

To:
Ken Buck,, Weld County DA
Respect Colorado voters and stop prosecuting adults for marijuana, Please stop filing cases – and dismiss all pending cases – in which the sole charge is possession of up to one ounce of marijuana by an adult 21 or older.
Now that voters statewide have joined them in the call for an end to prosecutions for adult marijuana possession, we hope you will not defy them .

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Daniel Williams FT. COLLINS, CO
      • almost 2 years ago

      Colorado voter have voices their opinion and passed amendment 64. By prosecuting cases for possession of small amounts of marijuana, not only are they defying the voters decision directly, but they are needlessly costing taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars that could otherwise be put to a use that would benefit the community as a whole.

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    • Daniel Williams FT. COLLINS, CO
      • almost 2 years ago

      Colorado voter have voices their opinion and passed amendment 64. By prosecuting cases for possession of small amounts of marijuana, not only are they defying the voters decision directly, but they are needlessly costing taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars that could otherwise be put to a use that would benefit the community as a whole.

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