With every election, the United States gets a step closer to a nation of legal recreational weed.
After all, our upstairs neighbors in Canada championed nationwide marijuana reform by passing a legalization bill in June. In the 2018 midterm elections, four states voted on various stages of legalization, whether medical or recreational. Here’s a rundown of the results.
Michigan votes for recreational weed
Voters in Michigan voted for Proposal 1, which legalizes recreational marijuana and regulates it like alcohol. Following in Colorado’s footsteps, the proposal will allow adults 21 and over to purchase and possess weed, and will tax cannabis products. Read more…