For the second time in four years, there’s a chance Arizonans might be casting a vote to legalize marijuana on their November ballot.
A group backing the legalization released details Friday on a ballot measure that is looking to legalize the “responsible adult use of marijuana” in Arizona.
The 16-page “Smart and Safe Act” would legalize the sale, possession and consumption of up to one ounce, no more than 5 grams of which can be marijuana concentrate, of the drug for adults 21 years and older. Every adult would also be allowed to have not more than six plants at their home or 12 in homes with multiple adults.
Under the initiative, those looking to purchase the drug would have to show proof of age as selling or providing marijuana to someone under 21 would be illegal.
The act states being impaired to the “slightest degree” by marijuana will be illegal while driving, flying…