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Snoop Dogg endorses Issue 4 in video as campaign draws to close

Snoop Dogg endorses Issue 4 in video as campaign draws to close

Snoop Dogg, the rapper and cannabis connoisseur, urged Arkansans to support Issue 4 in a video late Monday afternoon. 

Two Tennessee district attorneys endorse Issue 4, urge new approach to marijuana policy

Two Tennessee district attorneys endorse Issue 4, urge new approach to marijuana policy

A pair of district attorneys in west Tennessee endorsed on Monday the Arkansas ballot measure that would legalize recreational marijuana for adults.  Democrat Steve Mulroy, district attorney for Shelby County on the Arkansas border, and Republican Frederick Agee, district attorney for three counties in west Tennessee, encouraged Arkansas voters to pass Issue 4, according to… View Article

UPDATE: Arkansas Poll shows waning support for marijuana legalization

UPDATE: Arkansas Poll shows waning support for marijuana legalization

But Responsible Growth campaign director Robert McLarty said the poll is not reliable. Opinions change, he said, as voters are hit with different messages and different volumes of advertising.

Opposition group raises $284,000 last month, far less than Responsible Growth’s $8.5 million

Opposition group raises $284,000 last month, far less than Responsible Growth’s $8.5 million

Safe and Secure Communities reported raising about $284,000 last month, far less than the $8.5 million brought in by Responsible Growth Arkansas.

Supporters trumpet in-state donations, social justice plan at Little Rock event

Supporters trumpet in-state donations, social justice plan at Little Rock event

Supporters of Responsible Growth Arkansas gathered Tuesday to tout the campaign and a new social justice plan. The campaign also announced it has raised more than $13 million.

UPDATE: Responsible Growth reports raising more than $13 million in legalization campaign

UPDATE: Responsible Growth reports raising more than $13 million in legalization campaign

Responsible Growth Arkansas reported Tuesday that it has raised more than $13 million in its effort to legalize recreational marijuana in Arkansas.

Responsible Growth releases two new TV ads, featuring former sheriff, mom

Responsible Growth releases two new TV ads, featuring former sheriff, mom

New TV ads from Responsible Growth Arkansas feature former Grant County sheriff Lance Huey and a mom who says opponents’ ads depict “the end of the world.”

Not Authorized: Fults’ NORML label gets rebuke from national organization

Not Authorized: Fults’ NORML label gets rebuke from national organization

Melissa Fults is not authorized to speak on behalf of NORML when it comes to Issue 4, according to an email from NORML executives Thursday. Fults’ association with NORML is listed on the flyer for a panel discussion where she is scheduled to speak against the measure tonight.

Guest column: Why Issue 4 is right for Arkansas and what Melissa Fults gets wrong 

Guest column: Why Issue 4 is right for Arkansas and what Melissa Fults gets wrong 

Issue 4 is a critically important stepping stone that will move cannabis reform forward in Arkansas. If Melissa Fults’ alliance with Jerry Cox of the Family Council is successful in defeating this amendment, her legacy will not be that of a cannabis advocate but that of a regressive crusader who compromised her ethics.

UPDATE: Responsible Growth raises $850,000, considerably outraises opposition groups

UPDATE: Responsible Growth raises $850,000, considerably outraises opposition groups

Responsible Growth raised $850,000 last month, considerably more than the opposition groups. Bold Team and Good Day Farm Arkansas chipped in $300,000 each, raising their total contributions to $1 million each.

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