Connecticut Voters Support Decriminalization

March 11, 2009 at 9:30 pm 1 comment

It’s not just those crazy Bay State folk. According to a poll by Quinnipiac University, voters support decriminalization of less than an ounce of marijuana 58% to 37%.

This isn’t quite the margin by which Question 2 passed in Massachusetts, but the majority of those over 65 years old support the proposal in Connecticut. By contrast, polls in Massachusetts within the month before Question 2 passed showed only 40% support for the initiative. 

Martin Looney, who is the Senate Majority Leader in Connecticut, introduced legislation that would effect this very policy. Contact your state senator (if you live in Connecticut) and urge him/her to support this legislation.

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