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LAKEWOOD - Medical marijuana advocates say they've about had it with the Obama administration. On Thursday, a group of Coloradans decided it was time to become a little more vocal about it.
In front of the president's Colorado campaign headquarters in Lakewood, they outlined their plans for what they're calling the Patient Voter Project.
"We really want voters to know that the Obama administration has had a turn around on [medical marijuana], and so we really hope they'll get active and really protect Coloradan's rights to regulate this industry," Denver attorney Brian Vicente, an active voice in the state's pro-medical marijuana community, said.
By: Rick Sallinger
CBS News 4 Denver