Last Friday Attorney General Leslie Rutledge rejected yet another recreational marijuana proposal.

The ballot measure was submitted by a man from West Fork. It would have let anyone 18 or older grow, possess, buy, sell, and use marijuana.

The A.G.’s office rejected the proposal, citing ambiguities in the ballot title.

This is at least the sixth recreational marijuana proposal Attorney General Rutledge has rejected in the past two months. Proponents of recreational marijuana seem bound and determined to place a measure on the ballot as soon as possible.

As we keep saying: So-called “medical marijuana” is just a stepping stone. The endgame for marijuana’s supporters is – and always has been – full legalization of marijuana.

You can read the A.G.’s entire opinion here.