2014 was either the best or second-best year in 20 years, depending on how you weigh the legalization victories in Colorado and Washington in 2012.
Support it or not, there’s no denying that this was a watershed year for marijuana.
In the three states and the District of Columbia that had marijuana legalization measures on the 2014 ballot, ending some prohibition on a plant was more popular than many politicians who ran for statewide office and won.
Every state with a minimum wage hike and all but one with a marijuana proposal saw those measures approved on Tuesday, as voters weighed in on some of the most important economic and social issues facing the nation.
This election has solidified drug policy reform’s place as a mainstream political issue
Pot was one of three controversial statewide questions on the ballot Tuesday, along with an effort to raise the minimum wage and question related to mining in Bristol Bay.
The stakes couldn't be higher: Oregon, Alaska, Florida, California, and Washington D.C. have big votes.
They will not sway voters in the November elections.
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The race to be the next state to legalize marijuana at the ballot box is on. Activists in three states -- Alaska, Arizona, and Oregon -- have taken initial steps to get the issue before the voters during the 2014 general election.