Angela Bacca Uncovers Nevada Marijuana Foes Using Mormon Church

Angela Bacca

Angela Bacca conducts her marijuana activism as a writer and investigative journalist for numerous outlets. In her latest work, to be published on Alternet.org, Bacca looks into the anti-marijuana legalization campaign in Nevada, which is using the state’s prominent LDS Church (the Mormons) to distribute invitations to biased presentations about marijuana. Bacca also breaks down some of the reefer madness being distributed there contrary to federal laws against electioneering by tax-exempt churches.

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