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Another election, and another historic night for marijuana reform
Michigan has passed legalization MPP played a central role in this campaign from start to finish. From coordinating the initiative drafting to overseeing the production of TV ads, MPP staffers worked alongside a excellent campaign team for two years to make Michigan the first state in the Midwest to adopt legalization. This is a huge win that will maintain our momentum in Washington, D.C. to pass a landmark federal reform bill through Congress in the near future.
Utah passed medical marijuana MPP led the drafting process and played an important supporting role throughout t....
Marijuana reformers enjoyed numerous federal, state, and local victories last night. Here are the highlights.
STATE BALLOT INITIATIVES
Florida: Sixty-three percent of Florida voters approved Amendment 4, which amends the state constitution to restore voting privileges to those with non-violent felony convictions including tens of thousands of those convicted of marijuana-related offenses. Passage of the amendment is anticipated to reinstate voting rights to some 1.4 million Floridians.
Michigan: Voters by a margin of 56 percent to 44 percent approved Proposal 1, legaliz....
Cannabis on the Ballot: What the Election Results Mean For Residents and Businesses
November 6, 2018, may have resulted in a split decision for Republicans and Democrats, but cannabis emerged from the midterm election a clear winner. Voters in Missouri and Utah green-lighted medical programs, becoming the 31st and 32nd states to do so. Michigan voters turned their state into the 10thand the first in the Midwestto legalize recreational use. A long-shot measure to legalize recreational use in North Dakota failed.
In Colorado, an amendment removing the definition of industrial hemp from the states constitution squeezed through with 61 percent of the vote.
Green Wave Update: Marijuana Initiatives Go Three for Four in Midterms, and More [FEATURE]
It`s a glorious day in Michigan and Missouri and Utah (image:Creative Commons)
The expansion of legal marijuana continued apace in Tuesdays elections, with medical marijuana initiatives winning in Missouri and Utah and recreational marijuana winning in Michigan. The only loss for weed came in North Dakota, where voters approved medical marijuana two years ago but werent ready to take the next step this year.
It`s a glorious day in Michigan and Missouri and Utah Creative Commons
Michigan becomes the 10th state to legalize marijuana and the first one in the Midwest. With Missouri and Utah now joining the ranks, medical marijuana is now legal in 32 stat....
3 More States OK Easing Their Marijuana Laws: Michigan, Utah, Missouri
Michigan has become the first state in the Midwest to legalize recreational marijuana, after voters approved a ballot measure Tuesday. Here, a clerk reaches for a container of marijuana buds at Utopia Gardens, a medical marijuana dispensary in Detroit. (image:Carlos Osorio/AP)
November 7, 2018
Voters in Michigan approved a ballot measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana on Tuesday, and two other states Missouri and Utah endorsed medical marijuana laws. Voters in North Dakota didn`t partake, rejecting a measure to legalize recreational marijuana use.
Now 33 states have legalized marijuana to some degree, and recreational pot use is now legal in 10 states, along with Washington, D.C. But possessing, selling or using marijuana remains illegal under federal law.
Coming into the Nov. 6 vote, both Michigan and North Dakota already had medical marijuana law....
Voters Approve Amendment 2 Legalizing Medical Marijuana Access in Missouri
With the approval of Amendment 2, Missouri has become the 32nd state to regulate the licensed production and distribution of medical cannabis products to qualified patients.
The amendment was one of three competing ballot measures that seek to regulate medical cannabis use in Missouri. Of the three, NORML only endorsed Amendment 2. That is because we believe that Amendment 2 is written in a manner that best provides for the needs of patients and their physicians.
This is a patient-centered proposal that puts power in the hands of state-licensed physicians and their patien....
Missouri voters have said Yes, they want medical marijuana legalized.
Missouri has legalized medical marijuana through the initiative process, with voters approving Amendment 2 this evening. The measure, which was passed with over 65 percent in support, legalizes the possession and use of marijuana and marijuana products for medical purposes. Those wanting to use marijuana legally will first need to receive a recommendation from a physician.
The measure authorizes medical marijuana dispensaries, which will be allowed to sell marijuana to patients. Amendment 2 places a 4 percent tax on medical marijuana.
Missouri now joins over 30 other stat....
Missouri: Not All Medical Marijuana Efforts are Created Equal #YesOn2
YES on Amendment 2
NO on Amendment 3
NO on Proposition C
Voters this November have the opportunity to make Missouri the 32nd state to allow for the physician-recommended use of marijuana, and based on the latest polling data, they will likely do so.
Therefore, the important question before voters is no longer if the Show-Me State should legalize medical cannabis access, but how Missouri will do so.
That is because not one, not two, but three medical marijuana measures two constitutional amendments and one statutory measure will appear on the ballot on E....
Young Advocates Launch Marijuana Legalization Phone Bank To Get Out The Vote
Youve probably heard that marijuana legalization is on the ballot in several states in November. But if you havent heardand you live in one of those statesyou might soon be receiving a call from a volunteer with Students for Sensible Drug Policy SSDP.
The national advocacy group recently launched a legalization phone bank to help get out the vote ahead of the midterm elections. Volunteers can use a tool on the groups website to register to call voters in Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota and Utah and make sure they know that cannabis reform is on the ballot.
To help caller....
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