All 50 states will go to the voting polls on November 8th, but a lucky few will have the opportunity to further history by legalizing marijuana. As more states look into the developing cannabis industries in Washington, Colorado, Oregon and Alaska, they each want to join in on the fun. See which states are voting on cannabis this year.
Proposition 205 would allow adults to carry up to an ounce of marijuana, grow up to six plants and consume marijuana in non-public places.
Proposition 64 would allow adults to carry an ounce of cannabis, marijuana infused products and grow up to six plants.
The Marijuana Legalization Act would allow possession of 2.5 ounces of marijuana and allow residents to grow up to: six flowering plants, 12 immature plants and unlimited seedlings.
The Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act would allow people to purchase one ounce at a time, have 10 ounces at home and grow up to six plants.
Also called The Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act, Nevada citizens would be able to possess one ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants.
Be sure to read the text of the propositions and proposals on the ballot in your state.
The economic and social impacts since recreational marijuana became legal in a few states in 2012 is starting to build speed. Let the good times roll by voting this November. Is marijuana not on the ballot in your state? There is still a lot you can do to advocate for ending prohibition of marijuana; it is truly a great and historic time to be alive.
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