October 1st, 2010 | by JAMES PITKIN News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, Politics, Politics, Cops and Courts, Business

Watch the Endorsement Video: Medical-Marijuana Supporters Argue for and Against Dispensaries



Just 12 days until our endorsements for the general election hit the streets Oct. 13. And we've been neck-deep in interviews here at WW world headquarters with candidates as well as supporters and opponents of ballot initiatives.

As with each election season, we're videotaping our endorsement interviews—and we'll make all of that footage available online when our endorsements package goes live.

Meantime, we'll provide a few previews here for some of the meatier issues on the ballot. First up: Measure 74, which would establish a statewide system of medical marijuana dispensaries.

Jerry Wade (left), spokesman for the Stormy Ray Cardholders' Foundation, opposes the measure. John Sajo (center) and Anthony Johnson co-wrote the initiative.

In this one-hour video, they give their views on what the dispensary system would mean for patients, growers and the price of weed. Stay tuned to wweek.com for more video debates on initiatives around public campaign financing, casinos and mandatory minimums.



Just 12 days until our endorsements for the general election hit the streets Oct. 13. And we've been neck-deep in interviews here at WW world headquarters with candidates as well as supporters and opponents of ballot initiatives.

As with each election season, we're videotaping our endorsement interviews—and we'll make all of that footage available online when our endorsements package goes live.

Meantime, we'll provide a few previews here for some of the meatier issues on the ballot. First up: Measure 74, which would establish a statewide system of medical marijuana dispensaries.

Jerry Wade (left), spokesman for the Stormy Ray Cardholders' Foundation, opposes the measure. John Sajo (center) and Anthony Johnson co-wrote the initiative.

In this one-hour video, they give their views on what the dispensary system would mean for patients, growers and the price of weed. Stay tuned to wweek.com for more video debates on initiatives around public campaign financing, casinos and mandatory minimums.

 
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