Here are All 9 Statewide Cannabis Initiatives Up for a Vote this November

Cannabis Legalization InitiativesAs you’ve probably heard by now, there are nine cannabis legalization initiatives up for a vote this November; five that would legalize cannabis for all uses – for those 21 and older – and four that would legalize cannabis for medical purposes. Below is a link to the full text of these initiative’s, for those wanting to know the full details of each proposal.

Recreational Cannabis Initiatives:

    • Nevada: For the full text of Question 2 click here.
    • California: For the full text of Proposition 64 click here.
    • Maine: For the full text of Question 1, click here.
    • Massachusetts: For the full text of Question 4, click here.
    • Arizona: For the full text of Proposition 205, click here.

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    Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis Officially Place on November Ballot in North Dakota

    North Dakota’s secretary of state has announced that the North Dakota Compassionate Care Act of 2016 has officially been placed on the Novembermedcan 8th general election ballot after it was confirmed that at least 13,500 valid signatures were submitted by proponents of the measure.

    If the initiative is passed into law, the possession and use of up to three ounces of medical cannabis will be legal for those who receive a recommendation from a physician. State-licensed dispensaries would also be legalized, accessible by any patient, and licensed cultivation centers would supply said dispensaries. A provision in the measure allows those living 40 or more miles from a dispensary to grow up to eight plants.

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    Initiative to Legalize Medical Cannabis Approved by North Dakota’s Secretary of State

    north dakotaAn initiative to legalize medical cannabis has been given approval by North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger, giving advocates the go-ahead to begin collecting signatures in an attempt to place it on next year’s general election ballot.

    The proposal, put forth by the North Dakota Committee for Medical Marijuana, would legalize the possession of up to three ounces of cannabis for those who receive a recommendation from a physician. Qualified patients will also be authorized to purchase their medicine from a state-licensed “Compassion Center” (dispensary), which would receive cannabis from a licensed cultivation center.

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