The group MILegalize launched its signature gathering efforts at a rally in front of the state Capitol last week. Credit Jake Neher / MPRN
 
The race is on to legalize marijuana in Michigan in 2016.
At least three groups are working to put the question in front of voters. But money will play a big role in deciding which of those groups actually makes the ballot.
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Two of the campaigns appear have financial backing from businesses and industry groups with deep pockets – while the other is relying heavily on small donations and volunteer support.
 
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