Great ‘green’ broom sweeps across the U.S., clearing the path to legalize weed in several states

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Voters in four states that had recreational weed questions on the ballot during yesterday’s U.S. election have given their legislatures the green light to move forward with reforms, including all-out legalization. Citizens of Arizona, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota have voiced their support for measures to legalize pot for those 21 and older, reports Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), which has played a key role in the majority of state-level cannabis victories over the past two decades. South Dakota, for its part, bundled up all things cannabis at one fell swoop, with a “yes” vote setting the stage for both recreational and medicinal marijuana in the state. It “became the first state in American history to enact both policies on the same day,” according to MPP. Mississippi governor is voting ‘no’ to Liberal and stoner-driven medical cannabis proposals Here’s what’s on the ballot when it comes to cannabis and the U.S. election President Donald Trump wages his own War on Drugs by slowing any potential for progress Even Mississippi, whose governor tweeted this past weekend that he was a definite “no” to ballot questions addressing medicinal cannabis, is moving forward. Recreational weed, though, continues to be a no-go and will…

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