JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The group behind a proposed ballot initiative that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Alaska reported raising nearly $2,400 during the last quarter.
It was a non-monetary contribution of staff time from the Marijuana Policy Project, which advocates for fewer restrictions on marijuana across the country and has been supporting the Alaska proposal.
The proposed initiative would legalize the personal use and possession of marijuana by those 21 and older.
The group behind the initiative, the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana, reported ending the period with just under $900 on hand.
The disclosures came in a filing with the Alaska Public Offices Commission.