If the Democrat Party wants to keep the House as well as win the Senate and the presidency in 2020, then they’d better start fighting to get marijuana legalization on state ballots, according to Michael Moore.
After the mid-term elections, the nation may look even more cannabis-friendly.
Election Day 2016 was a big day for marijuana.
The group collecting signatures to get a recreational marijuana question on Michigan’s 2018 ballot had collected 102,425 of the necessary 252,523 as of July 10.
Medical marijuana is back on the ballot this year
There are nine state ballot measures regarding the legalization of marijuana that will be voted on this November.
From California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana.
Californians first threatened to legalize recreational marijuana by ballot initiative in 1972. It failed 66% to 33%. We tried again in 2010. It was voted down 53% to 46%.
This November, Massachusetts voters will decide on ballot question 4, which would allow the use, possession, distribution, and cultivation of limited amounts of marijuana by people 21 years old or older.