The vote count for Arizona's proposition 203 was like a game of cat and mouse. The failing vote would lead, and then at the end the measure passed by a slim margin of just over 4,400 votes.
In neighboring California, Prop 19 failed as the people of California shockingly rejected the passage of widespread pot legalization.
The state has 120 days to come up with mandates over the regulation of medical marijuana. So far, we know that there will only be 1 dispensary per 10 pharmacies, and that only if you live more than 25 miles from a dispensary can you grow your own.
The state will review applications for dispensaries, and then also for patients. It's not expected that medical marijuana will be available in the state before April of 2011.
What are your thoughts on Prop 203 - Arizona's medical marijuana statute's - passage?