Flag of Ohio at Sawyer Point. Image: Jeff Kubina via Wikimedia Commons
Barry Petersen ~ CBS News ~
 
Four states already allow recreational pot, but approved medical marijuana first. Now, Ohio could make history by legalizing both at the same time, and the pro-marijuana camp is ramping up as the days until the vote are counting down.
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A new poll finds most Ohioans support legalization, but the campaign is stirring up controversy, reports CBS News correspondent Barry Petersen.
 
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