Wichita City Clerk Karen Sublette, right, unties the bundle of petitions calling for the decriminalization of marijuana that was brought in by Esau Freeman, president and co-founder of Kansas for Change, and Janice Bradley in July at City Hall. The group fell 36 valid signatures short of the number required then but think they have enough now to get an amended initiative on the ballot. (July 24, 2014)
Wichita City Clerk Karen Sublette, right, unties the bundle of petitions calling for the decriminalization of marijuana that was brought in by Esau Freeman, president and co-founder of Kansas for Change, and Janice Bradley in July at City Hall. The group fell 36 valid signatures short of the number required then but think they have enough now to get an amended initiative on the ballot. (July 24, 2014) Fernando Salazar File photo
Wichita City Clerk Karen Sublette, right, unties the bundle of petitions calling for the decriminalization of marijuana that was brought in by Esau Freeman, president and co-founder of Kansas for Change, and Janice Bradley in July at City Hall. The group fell 36 valid signatures short of the number required then but think they have enough now to get an amended initiative on the ballot. (July 24, 2014) Fernando Salazar File photo

Group thinks it now has enough signatures to get marijuana issue on ballot

December 28, 2014 6:05 PM