Beyond the potential tax revenue that could be coming to states across the country, how will the spread of legalized cannabis affect the American landscape?

In the shadow of one of the most divisive presidential elections in our country’s history, a second plot line could have big consequences for cities around the United States.

Voters in nine states are considering expanding access to legal marijuana on Tuesday, November 8.

Five states will vote on legalizing recreational weed: Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada. Four other states—Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and North Dakota—have medical marijuana on the ballot.

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Megan Barber ~ Curbed.com ~

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