Columnist Dave Helling writes: While two starkly different proposals to amend the Missouri Constitution to allow marijuana use in the state are separate, the possibility of confusion is high, particularly if both get enough signatures and end up on the 2016 ballot. That confusion could doom any movement to legalize pot in the state.
Columnist Dave Helling writes: While two starkly different proposals to amend the Missouri Constitution to allow marijuana use in the state are separate, the possibility of confusion is high, particularly if both get enough signatures and end up on the 2016 ballot. That confusion could doom any movement to legalize pot in the state. File photo by Robert F. Bukaty The Associated Press
Columnist Dave Helling writes: While two starkly different proposals to amend the Missouri Constitution to allow marijuana use in the state are separate, the possibility of confusion is high, particularly if both get enough signatures and end up on the 2016 ballot. That confusion could doom any movement to legalize pot in the state. File photo by Robert F. Bukaty The Associated Press

Dave Helling: Different approaches, different choices on legal marijuana in Missouri

December 08, 2014 03:29 PM