Group Trying to Repeal Medical Marijuana Law
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A group trying to repeal Montana's medical marijuana law started gathering signatures over the weekend.
The Billings-based group Safe Community Safe Kids has until 5 p.m. Friday to gather 24,337 signatures on a petition to get Initiative 165 on the November ballot. The signatures must include
at least 5 percent of registered voters from each of the state's 34 House districts.
The initiative would ask voters if they would uphold or repeal the medical marijuana law supported by 62 percent of voters in 2004.
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