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Different Montana cannabis activist groups are spending big in to get their issue on the November ballot, a task that requires thousands of signatures and has minimal time left to complete.
The Pro-Cannabis groups
One of the activist organizations looking to place a pro-cannabis measure on the ballot is Montana Citizens for I-182. The group is working to remove rollbacks to the state’s medical cannabis program that were instituted in February by the Montana Supreme Court. that limiting each state cannabis provider to three patients, and that instituting a state review upon any doctor who recommends the substance to over 25 patients.
The court’s ruling limited each state cannabis provider to three patients and instituted a state review upon any doctor who recommends the substance to over 25 patients.
The group is funded by the Montana Cannabis Industry Association (MCIA). Greg Zuckert, an MCIA spokesperson, is confident that the group will gather the requisite number of signatures to have the…