The American Civil Liberties Union and backers or a marijuana-regulation initiative have filed a federal lawsuit that seeks to restore the measure in time for this year's general election, says the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Although more than 66,000 registered voters signed petitions for the initiative, the suit charged that officials are preventing the measure from appearing on the ballot "based on a raft of unreasonable, purposeless and unconstitutional restrictions." To qualify for the general election, the initiative petition needed the signatures of 51,337 registered voters by June 15. The state announced two weeks ago . . .
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