Montanans to Vote on Medical Marijuana Expansion for Big Sky Country

Montanans to Vote on Medical Marijuana Expansion in Big Sky Country

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On July 13, 2016, Montana Sec. of State Linda McCulloch certified that Initiative 182, an initiative that would expand the availability of medical marijuana in Montana, had received enough valid signatures to qualify for the state’s ballot in November, as reported by the Associated Press.

If passed by voters in November, the initiative, supported by Montana Citizens for I-182, would lift the three-patient limit in place for caregivers, add post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of qualifying conditions, and establish licensing fees to help pay for the program’s implementation.

According to the Missoulian, another organization, Safe Montana, is currently gathering signatures for an initiative that would completely repeal Montana’s medical marijuana program.

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