Mississippi won’t be voting on marijuana initiatives in ‘16 election

Mississippi Welcome Sign Image Thomas Machnitzki Via Wikimedia Commons

Mississippi Welcome Sign Image Thomas Machnitzki Via Wikimedia Commons

Mississippi

Slowly, almost imperceptibly, the shadow of legal marijuana is growing in the U.S. Based on the inability to generate sufficient ballot initiative signatures, it appears unlikely Mississippi will join that movement any time soon and certainly not by virtue of the 2016 election.


 

But electorates in Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, Washington and the District of Columbia have legalized small amounts of marijuana for adult recreational use.

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, some 21 states had legislation introduced in 2015 that would in some way allow or advance policy for adult recreational use of marijuana, including Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

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Sid Salter ~ Desoto Times-Tribune

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