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South Dakotans will vote on recreational marijuana... Again

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Initiated Measure 27 secured the necessary number of signatures and will be on the November ballot. Only 17,000 signatures were required for IM 27 to be placed on the ballot. Last November the South Dakota Supreme Court decided that Amendment A, which was approved by voters in the 2020 election, was invalid.
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Recreational pot validated for ballot in South Dakota

South Dakotans for Better Marijuana Laws, the group campaigning to legalize pot, collected enough valid signatures to surpass the roughly 17,000 needed to place the initiated measure on the November

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South Dakotans will vote on recreational marijuana... Again

South Dakotans will once again head to the polls this November to decide whether recreational marijuana will be legalized in the state.

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South Dakota marijuana legalization heads back to ballot in November 2022 election

It was known as Amendment C the last go round. But this time around, a scaled-back ballot measure to legalize cannabis will be called IM27.

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South Dakota Voters Will Decide On Marijuana Legalization Ballot Measure In November - Marijuana Moment

South Dakota officials on Wednesday certified that activists turned in a sufficient number of signatures earlier this month to qualify a marijuana legalization measure for the November ballot. South Dakotans for Better Marijuana Laws (SDBML) needed 16,961 valid submissions to place their initiative before voters. Now, the secretary of state’s office has confirmed that more […]

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Marijuana Makes South Dakota Ballot Again; IM 27 Petition has 25,023 Valid Signatures

South Dakota voters get at least two initiatives to vote come November. After three weeks of counting and checking signatures, Secretary of State Steve Barnett announced this morning that South Dak…

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Marijuana legalization initiative approved for South Dakota ballot

Election officials say a measure legalizing recreational marijuana in South Dakota will be on the ballot in November.

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