Latino Organizations and Leaders Endorse Amendment 64

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Latino Organizations and Leaders Endorse Amendment 64

The Colorado Latino Forum, a statewide organization dedicated to increasing the political, social, educational, and economic strength of Latinas and Latinos, Denver School Board Member Andrea Mérida, American GI Forum Mile High Chapter Commander Cipriano Griego, Denver theatre director Tony Garcia, and internationally renowned Mexican poet and peace activist Javier Sicilia have endorsed Amendment 64, the initiative to regulate and tax marijuana like alcohol in Colorado.

In demonstrating their support for Amendment 64, they join other Latino organizations and leaders including the National Latino Officers Association of America, United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW) Local 7 president Kim Cordova, Colorado Progressive Coalition executive director Miriam Peña, ACLU of Colorado public policy director Denise Maes, and Colorado social and economic justice advocate Jessie Ulibarri.

The Yes on 64 campaign released a Spanish online video today titled, "What if? Latino Voices for Amendment 64." Watch the video below and then share it with any Colorado voters you know!