Vote 2010: Prop. 203Posted: Updated:
A "Yes" vote on Prop 203 will allow people with debilitating medical conditions to use marijuana as along as they have consent from a doctor. And many people support that.
However there are still some folks who are not high on the idea at all.
Seeing a proposition for medical marijuana on the ballot is nothing new. It has been passed by voters before, but then overturned by the legislature.
Supporters of the prop are hoping the third time is the charm.
The arguments against the prop include the issue of financial burden to the state, marijuana use of individuals who are not seriously ill and increased crime just to name a few.
"One of the things we have been able to do in arizona is sort of look to the other states that have already had medical marijuana and see what has occurred and the results have not been very positive at all," said Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall.
For lilly rose krugly, medical marijuana has helped her through her battle with breast cancer.
"Because I have used and it works I am a recent breast cancer survivor I don't know how I would gotten through this ordeal if they hadn't turned me on to medical marijuana," said Lily Rose Krugly from Vote "Yes" on Prop 203.