Groups For, Against Recreational Marijuana Debate In MissoulaPosted by On


Montana voters will decide in the 2020 election whether to join 11 other states that have legalized adult use of recreational marijuana. Groups for and against the idea debated on Monday at a forum hosted by City Club Missoula.

The group New Approach Montana proposed both Initiative 190 and Constitutional Initiative 118. The first would allow for and regulate recreational marijuana use in the state, and impose a 20% tax on sales. The second would make the legal age for use 21 and older.

Dave Lewis, senior policy advisor for New Approach Montana, said during Monday’s forum that legalizing recreational marijuana will create new jobs and generate tens of millions of dollars in tax revenue. Lewis said he’s studied the impact of recreational marijuanna in Colorado, Washington and Alberta, Canada.

“And the more I read about it, the more I thought, my goodness this is a great…

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