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Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, a UAA professor; Bill Parker, a former deputy commissioner of the Dept. of Corrections, and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, right, holds the door as Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers carry in boxes to submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Katrin Haugh, left, and Carol Thompson of the Absentee and Petition Office accept boxes as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas holds the door, right, as Chris Rempert, left, and Aileen Cole of Strategies 360 help carry boxes for Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submitting over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Tim Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Boxes of signature books begin piling up as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Carol Thompson, left, Jenna Squier and Katrin Haugh of the Absentee and Petition Office process signature books as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Tim Hinterberger, left, and Scott Kohlhaas of the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana speak with Absentee and Petition Office manager Carol Thompson as they submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Co-sponsor Mary Reff and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Ken Jacobus settles in as several hours of work await Absentee and Petition Office staff after Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, left, and Ken Jacobus watch signature books get processed as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Co-sponsor Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Carol Thompson, left, Jenna Squier and Katrin Haugh of the Absentee and Petition Office process signature books as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, left, Chris Rempert and Aileen Cole haul empty boxes away as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. Kohlhaas is with Campaign, and Rempert and Cole work for Strategies 360.
Erik Hill
Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, a UAA professor; Bill Parker, a former deputy commissioner of the Dept. of Corrections, and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, right, holds the door as Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers carry in boxes to submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Katrin Haugh, left, and Carol Thompson of the Absentee and Petition Office accept boxes as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas holds the door, right, as Chris Rempert, left, and Aileen Cole of Strategies 360 help carry boxes for Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submitting over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Tim Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Boxes of signature books begin piling up as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Carol Thompson, left, Jenna Squier and Katrin Haugh of the Absentee and Petition Office process signature books as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Tim Hinterberger, left, and Scott Kohlhaas of the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana speak with Absentee and Petition Office manager Carol Thompson as they submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Co-sponsor Mary Reff and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Ken Jacobus settles in as several hours of work await Absentee and Petition Office staff after Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, left, and Ken Jacobus watch signature books get processed as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Co-sponsor Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Carol Thompson, left, Jenna Squier and Katrin Haugh of the Absentee and Petition Office process signature books as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, left, Chris Rempert and Aileen Cole haul empty boxes away as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. Kohlhaas is with Campaign, and Rempert and Cole work for Strategies 360.
Erik Hill
Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, a UAA professor; Bill Parker, a former deputy commissioner of the Dept. of Corrections, and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, right, holds the door as Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers carry in boxes to submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Katrin Haugh, left, and Carol Thompson of the Absentee and Petition Office accept boxes as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas holds the door, right, as Chris Rempert, left, and Aileen Cole of Strategies 360 help carry boxes for Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submitting over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Tim Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Boxes of signature books begin piling up as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Carol Thompson, left, Jenna Squier and Katrin Haugh of the Absentee and Petition Office process signature books as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Tim Hinterberger, left, and Scott Kohlhaas of the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana speak with Absentee and Petition Office manager Carol Thompson as they submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. The effort is co-sponsored by Hinterberger, Bill Parker and Mary Reff.
Erik Hill
Co-sponsor Mary Reff and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Ken Jacobus settles in as several hours of work await Absentee and Petition Office staff after Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, left, and Ken Jacobus watch signature books get processed as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Co-sponsor Tim Hinterberger and fellow Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Carol Thompson, left, Jenna Squier and Katrin Haugh of the Absentee and Petition Office process signature books as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown.
Erik Hill
Scott Kohlhaas, left, Chris Rempert and Aileen Cole haul empty boxes away as Campaign to Regulate Marijuana backers submit over 46,000 signatures for a proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana on Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at the state Division of Elections office in Midtown. Kohlhaas is with Campaign, and Rempert and Cole work for Strategies 360.
Erik Hill
Craig Medred