Wyoming activists are kicking it into high gear to collect signatures for 2022 ballot initiatives to legalize medical marijuana and decriminalize cannabis possession, with the campaign announcing a series of events this weekend to shore up support.
Weeks after the state attorney general issued ballot summaries for the measures, the secretary of state’s office formally provided petition sheets on Tuesday. Now, advocates will be holding signature gathering events in seven cities across the state on Friday and Saturday.
The campaign, which is being backed by the national Libertarian Party and Wyoming NORML, turned in the requisite 100 initial sponsorship signatures for each measure to the secretary of state last month before being formally cleared by the attorney general’s office.
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