Support for legal marijuana is at an all-time high, according to two new polls. That’s a good sign in and of itself, but especially so with weed on the ballot in multiple states on Nov. 8.
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Some marijuana advocates in California are opposing Proposition 64, also called the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, a legalization effort that will appear on the state ballot in November. Among the opponents are some who worry about what recreational legalization will do to their medical-marijuana businesses.
This November’s election could be a decisive turning point in the struggle to end U.S. marijuana prohibition. It’s been a long time coming.
Full-fledged cannabis legalization: is it only a matter of time? Before we get to the odds on the topic de jure, a little context.
A wave of recent polls shows that majorities of voters in six states, and a majority nationwide, support legalizing medical marijuana. Many voters also support legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 2015 / Weed Wire / — New Frontier, the leading Big Data provider in the cannabis industry, forecasts that Ohio’s legal marijuana retail sales if approved on the ballot this November under Issue 3, will be significantly lower than ResponsibleOhio’s forecast.
U.S. stocks gravitated around the unchanged line as investors digested continued pressure out of the energy sector. Saudi Arabia appears to be flexing their pricing muscle, putting U.S. fracking to the test.
Election Day is finally here. Have you voted yet? Right now, millions of Americans are heading to the polls to cast their vote on a wide range of platforms, including marijuana.
The Amendment 2 campaign to legalize medical marijuana in Florida has been a roller coaster ride for the last several months; and if you are a would-be investor in Florida’s medical marijuana, you are probably on the edge of your seat right now.
Back in 2012, Colorado and Washington voted to legalize recreational marijuana for adults over 21. Election Day 2014 looks like it will be a repeat. Oregon, Alaska and the District of Columbia have initiatives on the November 4, 2014, ballot.
Every two years, around this time of the month, the television airwaves become crowded with political ads. During this period I spend a great deal of time watching and critiquing such ads, partly because I cannot fast forward through commercials.
With less than five weeks until November’s election, many in Florida are expecting Amendment 2, which would legalize medical marijuana in the state, to pass. Although some of the polls coming out of the state seem to indicate a closer race, most polls put the Amendment somewhere between 60 to 80 percent.
In less than two months Florida voters will be going to the polls to decide whether or not to approve a proposed ballot initiative, dubbed Amendment 2, which would legalize medical marijuana. The ballot measure has enjoyed overwhelming support and stands to generate billions in economic activity.