Colorado Amendment 64: Marijuana Legalization Effort Faces Opposition From Key State ForcesHuffington Post
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Two-thirds of the entire the budget for the "No on Amendment 64"³ committee has been provided by a Florida-based nonprofit called "Save Our Society From Drugs." The organization was founded by Betty Sembler, a veteran Drug Warrior whose husband is on the Mitt Romney for President finance team. According to one biography of Sembler, she has been awarded an "honorary agent status by the DEA" and was pivotal in founding drug rehabilitation clinics and the Drug Free America Foundation. From 1976 to 1993, the Sembler family operated a drug rehabilitation clinic known as STRAIGHT Inc., which closed down after a shocking series of scandals that revealed that clients faced rape, faced beatings, forced hunger, and other abuses at the clinics.