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So just checked and it indeed was not “legalised” until 2000 when a public vote was passed, 59.5% voting for it and 40.5% voting against.
That’s right kids, as recent as 21 years ago 40.5% of people who voted in the state voted against legalising something that was technically already legal via...
It's also worth noting that in the US, a lot of "progressive" ideas like Marriage Equality, or a woman's right to an abortion, are only legal due to SCOTUS cases, and could easily be overturned at anytime and made illegal again. Again, here in the UK (since it's where I currently live), there...
This is just not true. Democrats are centre-left at most. European left-wing parties are much, much more left wing. Here in the UK, the conservative party is only a bit more right wing than Democrats are in the US.