Media Coverage: Stop the Violence BC’s year in review and growing public support for regulation and taxation

On November 1, 2012 Stop the Violence BC released its year in review report, highlighting key accomplishments over the first year of the campaign. This release was accompanied by recent Angus Reid poll showing a shift in public support for regulating and taxing marijuana. Media coverage for the announcement can be found below:

November 1, 2012
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Vancouver Sun, “Three-quarters of British Columbians favour legalizing marijuana”
Global BC, “Three-quarters of British Columbians favour legalizing marijuana”
Victoria Times Colonist, “Three-quarters of British Columbians favour legalizing marijuana”
The Province, “Poll: BC residents want marijuana legalized”, http://bit.ly/TxCg3H
Metro, “Three-quarters of British Columbians support marijuana legalization: poll”
24 Hours, “New support for pot decriminalization”
CTV BC,
“Support for pot regulation grows to 75 per cent: poll”
CHBC (Kelowna), “Increased support for legalizing marijuana in Okanagan”
CHBC (Kelowna), “Change needed for cannabis laws: PHABC”
CKNW, “Survey says: Tax and regulate marijuana”
CBC, On the Coast
CFAX, The Adam Stirling Show
CKNW, The Simi Sara Show
CFAX, The Terry Moore Show
CTV, “Majority Support”
Global BC, “Regulate and Tax”
CHBC
CBC, “Power & Politics”

November 2, 2012
Prince George Citizen, “Lighten up on pot, poll says”
The Province, ” B.C.ers want pot legalized: Poll”
Metro, “75% back pot legalization: Poll”
24 Hours, “New support for pot decriminalization”

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