In Arkansas, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he will vote no on a ballot measure to legalize recreational cannabis in November, reported Little Rock TV station KATV.

"The science is clear," Hutchinson tweeted. "Recreational marijuana leads to increased drug use among minors and more dangerous roadways."

“This November, I’m voting NO on Issue 4 to legalize recreational marijuana in Arkansas and I hope you’ll join me,” he continued linking to a website for an anti-legalization advocacy group called "Safe and Secure Communities."

What Does Safe And Secure Communities Say?

Safe and Secure Communities recently filed a motion in the Arkansas Supreme Court arguing that a proposed constitutional amendment to present to voters was "misleading, fraudulent, and illegal" under state law because the title of the ballot measure did not preserve the state's medical THC limit.

"Studies prove [that ]the societal costs of legalized drugs far outweigh the revenue marijuana sales bring," reads their website. "Let's keep Arkansas safe from this fate!"

Moreover, Safe and Secure Communities published statistics that showed

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