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East Lansing, Michigan Legalizes Cannabis Possession

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The East Lansing (Michigan) City Council voted last night to pass an ordinance that legalizes the possession and use of cannabis on private properties. The vote was 4 to 1, including support from the city’s mayor. The measure, which legalizes the private use of up to an ounce of cannabis for those 21 and older, …

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Cannabis Legalized in East Lansing, Michigan

Voters in East Lansing, Michigan have officially legalized cannabis through the overwhelming passage of Proposal 1. The initiative, which was approved with 65% of the vote, legalizes the possession, use and transfer of up to an ounce of cannabis on private property by those 21 and older. Consuming cannabis in public, and cannabis distribution, would …

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Initiative to Legalize Recreational Cannabis on Tomorrow’s Ballot in East Lansing, Michigan

An initiative to legalize cannabis is on tomorrow’s May 5th ballot in East Lansing, Michigan. If passed into law by voters, the initiative would legalize the possession, use and transfer of up to an ounce of cannabis for those 21 and older. Consuming cannabis in public, and cannabis distribution, would remain illegal. Similiar initiatives have …

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Initiative to Legalize Cannabis on Next Week’s Ballot in East Lansing, Michigan

On May 5th, an initiative to legalize cannabis will be voted on in East Lansing, Michigan. Similar proposals have been approved by voters in the Michigan cities of Lansing, Detroit, Ferndale and others. The initiative, if passed into law by voters, would legalize the possession use and transfer of up to an ounce of cannabis …

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Enough Signatures Collected to Put Cannabis Legalization to a Vote in 10 Michigan Cities, 1 County

Advocates have collected enough signatures to put the legalization of recreational cannabis to a vote this year in 10 Michigan cities as well as a county.  “That state of Michigan is ripe for change,” says Tim Beck, co-founder of the Safer Michigan Coalition, the organization behind the initiative drives. Oak Park, Hazel Park, Utica, Lapeer, …

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