On Wednesday Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge rejected yet another proposal to legalize recreational marijuana.
The measure would have let adults and companies grow, buy, sell, and use marijuana for any reason.
The A.G.’s office rejected it, citing ambiguities in the measure’s text along with similarities to past marijuana proposals her office rejected.
Attorney General Rutledge rejected at least 17 similar measures last year. This is the second recreational marijuana proposal her office has rejected since January 2.
As we have said before, marijuana’s proponents aren’t content with “medical marijuana.” The endgame is — and always has been — full legalization.
We are excited to host Pastor’s Day at the Capitol 2018 on Thursday, February 15, from 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM at the State Capitol Building in downtown Little Rock.
This free, nonpartisan event is open to all pastors, chaplains, church leaders, and their spouses.
Come hear from Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, Pastor Gary Bell of Pine Bluff First Assembly, and Arkansas Representative Fred Allen (D — District 30).
This will be a time to focus on worshiping God, ministering to those in authority, fostering better relationships between you and your legislators, practicing good citizenship, and learning how your congregation can do the same.
You can register for Pastor’s Day at the Capitol for free by clicking here.
If you have any questions, please contact Charisse Dean at 501-375-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come and be encouraged, empowered, inspired, and informed!