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JPM0102 Mason Tvert, left, campaign director of Safer Alternative For Enjoyable Recreation, talks to a reporter about his group's lawsuit to stop publication of the "Blue Book," a Colorado voter information booklet, because they say language used to describe SAFER-sponsored Amendment 44 is "factually inaccurate." Jeff Candizian (cq), right, a staffer for the House Majority, listens and reads Tvert's statement which blames the House Majority for the problem. SAFER claims the state's Legislative Council, chaired by House majority leader Andrew Romanoff, analysis errs when stating that passage of the initiative would legalize providing marijuana to 15 year-olds. Amendment 44 seeks to legalize possession of less than an ounce of marijuana by adults 21-years or older and possession by anyone 18 to 21 would result in a $100 fine. (JOE MAHONEY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) name: mason tvert (release) jeff candizian.

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