Growing opposition in Ohio to legalizing marijuana

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BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, OH – The debate on legalizing marijuana continues.

Just one day after a group pushing to legalize weed filed a new version of a proposal to get it passed, there is now a growing movement to stop them in their tracks.

The organization Responsible Ohio, has raised  more than 35 million dollars to put the controversial topic on the November ballot.

And just this week, resubmitted a new version of its proposal to Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine.

Bolander says, “We know that marijuana is in our communities now, we know that it’s accessible, but it’s not safe.”

But opponents say making it legal would be just as dangerous.

Derek Siegle, the director of the Ohio High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program, a federally funded grant program which supports drug tasks forces, says making marijuana legal would wipe out efforts to keep kids drug free, and…

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