North Dakota Marijuana Legalization Measure Qualifies For November Ballot

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Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images Activists collected a sufficient number of signatures to qualify a ballot measure that would allow adults over 21 to use and grow marijuana, the secretary of state’s office determined on Monday. Unlike legalization measures approved in a number of other states, the North Dakota proposal would set no limit on how much cannabis people could possess or cultivate. It would also allow a system of legal marijuana production and sales. Michigan is also voting on a marijuana legalization measure this year. Utah has a medical cannabis question on its ballot, and Missouri voters will choose from three different medical marijuana measures in November. Oklahomans overwhelmingly approved a medical cannabis proposal during the June primary election. “We applaud the hard work and dedication from the campaign and countless volunteers on the ground in North Dakota who went door to door and out into their communities to gather the signatures required to put this on the ballot in November,” NORML Executive Director Erik Altieri said. North Dakota Marijuana Legalization Measure Qualifies For November Ballot

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