Arizona: Prison Meal Service Donates $80,000 to Anti-Marijuana Campaign

Article by Mike Adams, Merry Jane


The campaign aimed at preventing marijuana from being legalized this year in Arizona just received a super sleazy donation from a company that makes its living selling meals to prisons.

Campaign finance records show that Services Group of America, one of the largest food service companies in the United States, recently contributed $80,000 to the weasels working to maintain the prohibitionary standard in the Copper State. The documents, which were initially dug up by Tom Angell over at, suggest the company could be concerned it will have fewer prisoners to feed if voters approve a ballot measure this November to legalize a recreational cannabis trade in Arizona.

Some of the latest statistics show that 88 percent of all marijuana arrests in the United States are for small time possession. If Arizona voters approved Proposition 205 next month, the cultivation, possession and use of marijuana would be legal all across the state – making it no longer necessary for the system to give people a taste of prison food for simply holding a little weed.

Services Group of America’s donation is just the latest to come from the pockets of the usual suspects opposing legalization, who are collectively pooling together millions of dollars for television ads in hopes of stopping Proposition 205 dead in its tracks.

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