New Zealand Cannabis Legalization Initiative Fails At Ballot Box

Preliminary election results in New Zealand indicate that a cannabis legalization initiative has been rejected by voters, although some votes still remain to be counted. Totals from the election held on October 17 show that 53% of voters chose not to support the initiative, while 46% voted in favor of…

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South Dakota Medical Marijuana Initiative Likely to Pass According to Poll

A poll taken of voters in South Dakota revealed that most voters support legalizing medical cannabis, showing that the ballot measure could have a real chance of passing this November  However, on the other hand, it also revealed that recreational cannabis is only favored by a small margin of voters,…

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Mississippi Marijuana Initiative Group Gets Cease & Desist Letter From Trump Campaign

The backers of a medical marijuana initiative on the November ballot in Mississippi have received a cease-and-desist letter from President Trump’s reelection campaign ordering the group to stop using the president’s name in literature backing the measure. The letter was sent to Mississippians for Compassionate Care, the group backing Initiative…

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Montana Marijuana Legalization Initiative Faces LAST MINUTE Lawsuit in Supreme Court

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Nebraska Medical Marijuana Initiative Stripped From Ballot By State Supreme Court

The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that an initiative that would have legalized the medicinal use of cannabis is unconstitutional and may not appear before voters in the November election. The court said in a split decision that the initiative violated constitutional requirements that initiatives be limited to a…

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