Tell No on 64 Spokeswoman Laura Chapin:
Be honest and accurate about Amendment 64
Now that our campaign to end marijuana prohibition in the state of Colorado is taking off, the lies are starting here. Exhibit #1: Laura Chapin, spokeswoman for the No on 64 campaign. In response to the unveiling of our new billboard yesterday, Ms. Chapin said in the Denver Post: “Marijuana use has increased among teens in Colorado, and Amendment 64 would only accelerate that increase."
Sorry, Ms. Chapin. That is simply not true. In fact, if she took the time to visit the url on the billboard — www.RegulationWorks.org — she would see that marijuana use among teens has dropped significantly since Colorado enacted regulations to control the sale of medical marijuana.
To win in November, we've got to stand up and challenge every single lie like this one. So we need you to take action right now. Use the form below to send a pre-written email to No on 64 spokeswoman Laura Chapin, asking her to be honest and accurate in her statements over the coming months.