DC – Washington DC Tag



In April 2014, the DC Cannabis Campaign began soliciting petition signatures for Initiative 71, to legalize marijuana in the District. On 7 July 2014 the campaign claimed to have submitted over 57,000 signatures to the Board of Elections, more than twice the number needed to qualify for the November ballot. A January 2014 poll by the Washington Post indicated that 63% of DC residents favored legalizing marijuana; the Post noted that African American support for legalization had increased from 37% in 2010 to 58% in 2014. A September 2014 poll by the Post found that support for legalization had continued to increase, with legalization leading by "an almost 2-to-1 margin". The New York Times recommended a "Yes" vote on the initiative in an editorial. Initiative 71 was put on the ballot in November 2014. The initiative would allow the possession up to two ounces of marijuana for one's own use, and allow growing up to six cannabis plants in one's own home of which three or fewer may be mature and flowering simultaneously. The initiative would also allow an adult to give, not sell, up to an ounce of marijuana to another adult. The initiative would not apply to federal property, where marijuana possession would continue to be illegal under federal laws. Initiative 71 passed, with 65% of votes in favor. This Positive Vibes Tag by EcoSmart Designs is Handmade in the USA and created using SafePewter™ and finished in a fine antique silver color. Comes on a 36" recycled cord with a cannabis themed backer card.

Dimensions: 1.35" x 0.8"

Material: Lead-Free SafePewter™