The Idaho Citizens Coalition (IdahoCann) announces the submission of the final text for the Personal Adult Marijuana Decriminalization Act (PAMDA), an initiative for the November 2022 ballot that would create a narrow exception to Idaho criminal law for the personal, private use of marijuana legally purchased in another state.
The Wyoming Libertarian Party filed two initiative petitions to end adult marijuana prohibition in the Equality State.
The Personal Adult Marijuana Decriminalization Act (PAMDA) if passed would only protect adults 21 and older from search, seizure, and arrest for the possession and use of up to three ounces of marijuana on private property with permission of the owner.
The Lodge/Crane Idaho Marijuana Petitioning Station has collected over 200 signatures from registered Idaho voters from 16 counties.
This is why we reject every prohibitionist who wails about how much money we raise in state legalization campaigns, complaining that their anti-marijuana campaigns get outspent.
There are a few routes eastbound from Idaho into Montana that are perfect for an entrepreneur looking to set up a border town pot shop like the ones in Ontario, Oregon, that are selling $10 million of marijuana per month.
Thank you, Sen. Lodge, for filing a bill that let us know we could petition at the pot shops legally.
Idaho Deputy Attorney General Robert A. Berry wrote that SB 1150a would probably be found unconstitutional, “because it likely discriminates against an identifiable class of voters without sufficient justification.”
All of the Southern states of the former Confederacy are more liberal on marijuana than Idaho.
We’ve had to reset the Marijuana Map to lighten Washington State back to marijuana legalization without drug decriminalization.
There are apparently, some Idahoans whose constitutional rights matter and some Idahoans whose rights do not matter.
Video from the unannounced, unpublicized, impromptu hearing for the bill written the day before.