S.D. Medical Pot Measure Fails To Qualify for Nov. Ballot
Proponents of a proposed San Diego ballot measure to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries and impose a tax on storefront operators were unable to collect the signatures necessary to qualify the measure for the November ballot. Supporters of the measure collected fewer than 20,000 of the required 62,057 signatures by Monday's deadline.
- "Medical Pot Fails To Make Ballot" (Cadelago, U-T San Diego, 6/18).
- "Pot Activists in San Diego Fail in Bid for Ballot Measure" (Perry, "L.A. Now," Los Angeles Times, 6/18).