Decriminalize California Drops Ballot Initiative They Didn’t Collect Enough Signatures

Decriminalize California Drops Ballot Initiative They Didn’t Collect Enough Signatures
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Marijuana Moment.. California activists on Wednesday announced that they have come up short on collecting enough signatures to qualify a measure to legalize psilocybin mushrooms for the state’s November ballot, though they aren’t giving up on a future election cycle bid. Valiant Effort But We Didn't Make the Cut – https://t.co/009ORSy4iX pic.twitter.com/4WIWWXi3NS — Decriminalize California (@DecrimCA) March 17, 2022 Decriminalize California was first cleared by the state’s attorney general’s office to begin signature gathering in September, giving them 180 days to collect 623,212 valid signatures from registered voters. On an all-volunteer basis, the group collected about 46 percent of those signatures, but that was pre-validation, meaning a significant portion would likely have been deemed invalid for one reason or another. “We were doing great there collecting and then in mid-December just about everyone of our core volunteers got COVID and most of the events we were scheduled at either closed, postponed or had an extremely weak turnout,” campaign manager Ryan Munevar said in an e-mail blast to supporters. Read more at California Activists Drop 2022 Psilocybin Legalization Ballot Initiative After Falling Short Of Signature Requirement

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