North Dakota Law Enforcement Group Passes Resolution Against Recreational Marijuana

North Dakota Law Enforcement Group Passes Resolution Against Recreational Marijuana

A group of law enforcement officers voted Aug. 17 at their convention to oppose the recreational marijuana initiated measure that will be on the ballot this November.

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August 20, 2018

MINOT, N.D.—A group of North Dakota law enforcement officers voted Friday, Aug. 17, at their convention to oppose the recreational marijuana initiated measure that will be on the ballot this November.

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Luke Hendrickson, a state trooper and new president of the North Dakota Peace Officers Association, said the 170 members at their meeting in Minot gave a "resounding yes" in a voice vote to oppose the measure this fall.

Through the resolution they approved, the group urges state residents to vote "no" on the measure.

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