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Recreational marijuana amendment will be on Missouri’s November ballot

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Missouri voters will decide whether to legalize the use of recreational marijuana this November. The petition asks voters if they wish to amend the Missouri Constitution to remove bans on possessing, consuming, delivering, manufacturing and selling marijuana for personal use by adults over the age of 21. The use of medical marijuana has been legal in Missouri since 2020.
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Missouri voters set to weigh in on recreational marijuana

Missouri voters are set to decide whether to allow recreational marijuana use in the state. The secretary of state's office on Tuesday announced the campaign received enough voter signatures to

2 months ago·United States
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The HillThe Hill

Missouri puts marijuana legalization on November ballot

Missouri voters will decide whether to legalize the use of recreational marijuana this November, Missouri Secretary of State John Ashcroft (R) announced on Tuesday. The petition asks voters if they…

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Missouri voters set to weigh in on recreational marijuana

If voters approve the constitutional amendment on marijuana, those age 21 and older could buy and grow it for personal consumption.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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The Business JournalsThe Business Journals

Ashcroft approves Missouri recreational marijuana initiative for November ballot

Missourians now have a chance to vote in November on whether the state should legalize recreational marijuana. Missouri has allowed medical use since October 2020.

2 months ago·United States
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Missouri Voters Could Legalize Recreational Marijuana This Fall

Green shoots are popping up in red states.

2 months ago·United States
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MY NorthwestMY Northwest

Missouri voters set to weigh in on recreational marijuana

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A campaign to legalize recreational marijuana in Missouri gathered enough signatures to make it on the November ballot, Republican Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced Tuesday.If voters approve the constitutional amendment on marijuana, those age 21 and older could buy and grow it for personal consumption as early as this year.“We look forward to engaging with voters across the state in the coming weeks and months,” Leg…

2 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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