PRESS RELEASE: DC Cannabis Campaign Declares Victory in Historic Ballot Initiative

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, November 4, 2014 CONTACT: ZACK PESAVENTO(202) 420-1065 ZACK@DCMJ.ORG DC Cannabis Campaign Declares Victory in Historic Ballot Initiative WASHINGTON, DC – The DC Cannabis Campaign declared victory today on Ballot Initiative 71, which legalizes the limited possession … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: DC Marijuana Initiative Supporters Announce Election Night Party

PRESS ADVISORY 8:00pm–11:30pm EST, Tuesday, November 4, 2014 CONTACT: ZACK PESAVENTO(202) 420-1065 ZACK@DCMJ.ORG DC Marijuana Initiative Supporters Announce Election Night Party Proponents of Ballot Initiative 71, which legalizes the cultivation and possession of limited amounts of marijuana in the District … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: DC Cannabis Campaign Dismisses Obstruction Rumors on Initiative 71

PRESS RELEASE October 20, 2014 CONTACT: ZACK PESAVENTO(202) 420-1065 ZACK@DCMJ.ORG DC Cannabis Campaign Dismisses Obstruction Rumors on Initiative 71 Joint Public Hearing on October 30 to Consider Complementary ‘Tax and Regulate’ Bill WASHINGTON, DC — Supporters of Ballot Initiative 71 … Continue reading

PRESS RELEASE: Ballot Initiative 71 Qualifies for November General Election Ballot

PRESS RELEASE August 6, 2014 CONTACT: DR. MALIK BURNETT (443) 821-0260 MBURNETT@DRUGPOLICY.ORG TONY NEWMAN (646) 335-5384 TNEWMAN@DRUGPOLICY.ORG Ballot Initiative 71 Qualifies for November General Election Ballot LEGALIZATION ENDS DISCRIMINATION: YES On 71 First Jurisdiction to Legalize Marijuana in a Racial … Continue reading

Press Release: DC Cannabis Campaign Collects Over 57,000 Signatures to Place Initiative #71 on General Election Ballot

PRESS RELEASE June 30, 2014 CONTACT: DR. MALIK BURNETT (443) 821-0260 MBURNETT@DRUGPOLICY.ORG ADAM EIDINGER (202)744-2671 ADAM@DCMJ.ORG DC Cannabis Campaign Collects Over 57,000 Signatures to Place Initiative #71 on General Election Ballot Members of Congress May Take Away DC Voter’s Right … Continue reading

DCist: Marijuana Activists Hoping D.C. Won’t Leave Legalization Effort High And Dry

“I have to say, I’m a little nervous,” Adam Eidinger admits. “Based on the stack I saw downstairs, that’s under 2,000 signatures.” It’s Memorial Day and Eidinger, the chairman of the D.C. Cannabis Campaign, is fretting over the amount of … Continue reading