Where were YOU during the 60s, Senator? Oh, right. Sorry.
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U.S. Senators John McCain and Jon Kyl led a group of Republican officials Wednesday in denouncing a ballot measure that permit the use of medical marijuana in Arizona.
Arizona's Proposition 203 would allow those with qualifying medical conditions to receive 2.5 ounces of marijuana every two weeks from licensed dispensaries. Those living too far from a dispensary could grow up to 12 plants.
Arizona voters approved medical marijuana in 1996, but the measure never took effect because it required a doctor's prescription, which is illegal under federal law.
Full story here from The Tucson Sentinel.