The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, the group behind Amendment 64, last week released its second
TV ad web-only advertisement, this timed to coincide with Father's Day (much like its Mother's Day version).
This one shows a collegiate-looking dude "sharing his thoughts about the use of marijuana and alcohol with his father," reads a press release. "The young man explains to his father that they're a lot alike — they both work hard and have good jobs — but that unlike his father, the young man prefers to use marijuana to relax at the end of a tough day."
In other campaign news, on Monday Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson visited a medical-marijuana center in Denver in support of Amendment 64. "Johnson says that if he's elected president, medical marijuana businesses that are operating within state and local laws wouldn't have to worry about efforts by federal prosecutors to shut them down," reports the Associated Press.
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