Michigan has approved to legalize recreational marijuana on the upcoming fall's midterm ballot on November 6. Michigan's state Bureau of Elections announced that ballot organizers had collected enough signatures on April 26, Thursday.
If the ballot gets approved by voters, this would allow anyone over the age of 21 to purchased and possess 2.5 ounces of cannabis, which will be taxed at 16 percent. Residents would also be allowed to grow 12 plants at their home.
With 61 percent of voters supporting the legalization likely to pass if it reaches voters.
The Republican-state Senate and House legalize marijuana to prevent liberal-leaning voters from turning out at polls.
Anti-legalization group, Healthy and Productive Michigan radio that they are considering filing a lawsuit appearing on ballot. The group said legalization is will be a mistake!
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