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'''[[Arkansas]], [[Idaho]], [[Missouri]], [[North Dakota]], [[South Dakota]]:''' Most [[:Category:Certified, marijuana, 2010|marijuana measures]] were defeated by voters in [[2010 ballot measures|2010]], but advocates and supporters are already looking towards [[2012 ballot measures|2012]]. On Thursday, [[BC2010#November|November 11]] the [[Marijuana Policy Project]] announced the launch of their "26 by 2012" project. The project calls for getting at least 26 states to legalize medical marijuana. Specifically, the organization plans to launch ballot initiative campaigns in Arkansas, Idaho, Missouri, North Dakota and South Dakota. First, however, the group is scheduled to target Arkansas and aims to collect an estimated 110,000 signatures with an estimated total petition drive cost of $180,000.<ref>[http://stopthedrugwar.org/trenches/2010/nov/11/new_campaign_26_states_2012 ''Stop the Drug War'',"New Campaign! 26 States by 2012!," November 11, 2010]</ref>
 
'''[[Arkansas]], [[Idaho]], [[Missouri]], [[North Dakota]], [[South Dakota]]:''' Most [[:Category:Certified, marijuana, 2010|marijuana measures]] were defeated by voters in [[2010 ballot measures|2010]], but advocates and supporters are already looking towards [[2012 ballot measures|2012]]. On Thursday, [[BC2010#November|November 11]] the [[Marijuana Policy Project]] announced the launch of their "26 by 2012" project. The project calls for getting at least 26 states to legalize medical marijuana. Specifically, the organization plans to launch ballot initiative campaigns in Arkansas, Idaho, Missouri, North Dakota and South Dakota. First, however, the group is scheduled to target Arkansas and aims to collect an estimated 110,000 signatures with an estimated total petition drive cost of $180,000.<ref>[http://stopthedrugwar.org/trenches/2010/nov/11/new_campaign_26_states_2012 ''Stop the Drug War'',"New Campaign! 26 States by 2012!," November 11, 2010]</ref>
  
Marijuana measures in 2010 appeared in [[Arizona Medical Marijuana Question, Proposition 203, 2010|Arizona]], [[California Proposition 19, the Marijuana Legalization Initiative (2010)|California]], [[Oregon Regulated Medical Marijuana Supply System Act, Measure 74 (2010)|Oregon]] and [[South Dakota Medical Marijuana Act, Initiated Measure 13 (2010)|South Dakota]]. However, results in Arizona remain pending. Currently, according to unofficial results the measure has received 49.96% votes in support and 50.04% in opposition.<ref>[http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/AZ/22333/36968/en/summary.html ''Arizona Secretary of State'',"November 2 election results," retrieved November 12, 2010]</ref>
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Marijuana measures in 2010 appeared in [[Arizona Medical Marijuana Question, Proposition 203 (2010)|Arizona]], [[California Proposition 19, the Marijuana Legalization Initiative (2010)|California]], [[Oregon Regulated Medical Marijuana Supply System Act, Measure 74 (2010)|Oregon]] and [[South Dakota Medical Marijuana Act, Initiated Measure 13 (2010)|South Dakota]]. However, results in Arizona remain pending. Currently, according to unofficial results the measure has received 49.96% votes in support and 50.04% in opposition.<ref>[http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/AZ/22333/36968/en/summary.html ''Arizona Secretary of State'',"November 2 election results," retrieved November 12, 2010]</ref>
  
 
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November 12, 2010

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Arkansas, Idaho, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota: Most marijuana measures were defeated by voters in 2010, but advocates and supporters are already looking towards 2012. On Thursday, November 11 the Marijuana Policy Project announced the launch of their "26 by 2012" project. The project calls for getting at least 26 states to legalize medical marijuana. Specifically, the organization plans to launch ballot initiative campaigns in Arkansas, Idaho, Missouri, North Dakota and South Dakota. First, however, the group is scheduled to target Arkansas and aims to collect an estimated 110,000 signatures with an estimated total petition drive cost of $180,000.[1]

Marijuana measures in 2010 appeared in Arizona, California, Oregon and South Dakota. However, results in Arizona remain pending. Currently, according to unofficial results the measure has received 49.96% votes in support and 50.04% in opposition.[2]

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