12 Jun Michigan Voters May Get Legal Marijuana Petition on 2016 Ballot
LANSING – Two measures to legalize marijuana could appear on the November 2016 state ballot after the Board of State Canvassers approved petition wording Thursday.
At least one and possibly two more measures to legalize marijuana for recreational use could still be on their way to the ballot.
The board on Thursday unanimously approved petition wordings for the Michigan Cannabis Coalition and the Cannabis Law Reform Committee, though board members expressed concern that the petition wording for the Cannabis Law Reform Committee — though apparently meeting legal requirements — was too small and narrowly spaced to make it easily legible for members of the public. [Read more at the Detroit Free-Press]
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