Marijuana Embraced in Michigan, Utah and Missouri, but Rejected in North Dakota
November 8, 2018 by AggregatedNews Leave a Comment Marijuana initiatives appeared on ballots in four states in the midterm elections. In Michigan and North Dakota, initiatives gave voters the opportunity to legalize marijuana for recreational use. In Missouri and Utah, voters chose whether to allow people who are sick... Read more
NCIA’s 2018 Post-Election Webinar
Watch this webinar recorded on Thursday, November 8, for NCIA’s recap of the midterm elections and what they mean for cannabis policy reform nationally.  Speakers include Michael Correia, NCIA Government Relations Director; Morgan Fox, NCIA Communications Director; Matt Schweich, Deputy Director, Marijuana Policy Project; John Payne, New Approach Missouri; and Cole Haymond, Legalize ND.... Read more
North Dakota Voters Reject Recreational Marijuana Measure
U.S. efforts to legalize recreational marijuana use saw mixed results on Tuesday, as voters in Michigan approved a measure legalizing the drug while North Dakotans looked set to block it. Michigan became the 10th U.S. state to legalize recreational pot use, according to CNN and advocates. Its proposal also... Read more
Campaign Blog: Vote Yes on North Dakota Measure 3
by David Owen, Chairman of Legalize North Dakota What Measure 3 does is rather simple. It removes marijuana from the list of Schedule 1 Substances, and as a result, legalizes it for personal consumption, use, distribution, and possession for all North Dakotans over the age of 21. Additionally, it... Read more



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