States all over the United States has become more linear with the laws on marijuana. Lawmakers are changing their decisions on making cannabis legalize. California, Nevada, Maine and Massachusetts all passed the bill to legalize weed recreational. States are now considering becoming weed-friendly. Here are the states that will legalize weed in 2018:
With medical marijuana being legalized in 2012, the state has been pushing to extend the legalization of recreational weed. Residents has been supporting the legalization of cannabis.
Delaware has been taking the legalization seriously. Making lawmakers change their decisions.
Illinois has been having difficulties legalizing weed. Thanks to Governor Bruce Rauner who oppose the legalization. That didn't stop residents from pushing marijuana to be legal.
Republican senator Dan Seum introduced a bill to legalize marijuana to the Kentucky senate which cause a debate.
57 percent of adults in Michigan decide to push legalization and 360,000 signatures on a legalize on the ballot of 2018.
A activist group obtained around 100,000 signatures on a petition to legalize medical weed (out of 170,000).
The Garden State is in talks to legalize recreational cannabis. Thanks to Governor Phil Murphy!
In 2016, Ohio legalize medical marijuana. Recreational could possibly be next.
With medical marijuana who the ballot for June campaign, residents in Oklahoma will soon have the chance to get medical marijuana.
In 2017, Rhode Island created a commission to study the implications of legalization of cannabis.
Residents has gathered enough signatures to legalize medical marijuana on the ballot.
The peach state is planning to legalized weed if lawmakers all come to an agreement.
Lets all hope and pray that we can smoke our cannabis in peace!
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