Marijuana will be legal in Michigan beginning Dec. 6, 10 days after the 2018 election results were officially certified.

On Election Day, Michigan voters made their state the first in the Midwest to legalize recreational marijuana by passing a ballot measure that will allow people 21 or older to buy and use the drug, putting conservative neighboring states on notice.

Three other states had marijuana-related measures on their ballots.

North Dakota voters decided recreational pot wasn't for them, while voters in Missouri passed one of three unrelated measures to legalize medical marijuana. 

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