Four States End Marijuana Prohibition, Three Adopt Medical Marijuana Laws in Historic Election – MPP

WASHINGTON — California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada voted to end marijuana prohibition and Arkansas, Florida, and North Dakota adopted medical marijuana laws Tuesday in the most momentous election to date for marijuana policy reform. Montana approved an initiative to re-establish patients’ access to medical marijuana providers, which was hindered by state lawmakers, and create a more regulated system of medical marijuana production and distribution.

As of 4:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday, an initiative to end marijuana prohibition in Arizona was trailing 48-52, and an initiative to improve Montana’s medical marijuana system was leading 56-44.

Eight states have now voted to legalize and regulate marijuana for adult use, and 28 have approved comprehensive medical marijuana laws.

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For information about each of the ballot initiatives:

Arizona Proposition 205 – https://www.regulatemarijuanainarizona.org

California Proposition 64 – http://www.yeson64.org

Maine Question 1 – https://www.regulatemaine.org

Massachusetts Question 4 – https://www.regulatemassachusetts.org

Nevada Question 2 – https://www.regulatemarijuanainnevada.org

Arkansas Issue 6 – http://bit.ly/2f1Ygpe

Florida Amendment 2 – http://www.unitedforcare.org

North Dakota Measure 5 – http://www.yesonmeasure5.com

Montana Initiative 182 – http://www.yeson182.org

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