Oregon voters will decide this November in favor of a statewide initiative to regulate the commercial production and retail sale of marijuana.
Fifty-six percent of registered Ohio voters say that they will vote 'yes' this November on Issue 3, the Marijuana Legalization Amendment, according to newly released WKYC/Kent State Polling data.
Ohioans will decide next Tuesday on Issue 3, the Marijuana Legalization Amendment, and recent polls indicate that voters are nearly evenly divided on the issue. If enacted, the Marijuana Legalization Amendment would initially establish 10 state-licensed commercial growing sites and commercially produced cannabis would be sold at over 1,000 proposed retail dispensaries. The measure also permits adults to cultivate personal use quantities of cannabis (up to four plants yielding no more than 8 ounces of usable product at any one time) at home.
This week we’ll give you updates on legislation in Florida, Louisiana, New Hampshire and Ohio. Plus we have exciting ballot initiative news out of California and Missouri! Click here to get the latest in marijuana law reform this week.
Montana voters will decide this November on a statewide initiative to restore and expand elements of the state’s medical cannabis program.
With Election Day less than three weeks away we’re excited to share with you the latest polling information from states with pending marijuana related ballot initiatives, as well as breaking news from another state that may be setting the stage for full legalization next year. NORML is also pleased to announce that next week we will be releasing our first ever, Governors Report Card.
Yesterday was election day and there was no more important day if you are a marijuana consumer or a legalization supporter. Voters in an unprecedented nine states decided on statewide ballot measures to legalize and regulate marijuana use. Click here to find out more!
Proponents of a Missouri voter initiative effort to legalize and regulate the therapeutic use and distribution of cannabis statewide have gathered over 50,000 signatures over the past several weeks.
Voters in Fairbanks and on the Kenai Peninsula (south or Anchorage) decided against a number local ballot measures that sought to prohibit the operation of cannabis retailers and providers.
Oklahoma voters will decide this June on State Question 788 -- a statewide ballot measure legalizing the use, cultivation, and distribution of medical cannabis to qualified patients.