Advocates of putting recreational marijuana on the Arizona ballot this November announced Thursday they met and exceeded signature requirements.

The group Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol presented boxes of what they say are more than 250,000 signatures to be verified by the Secretary of State.

That’s 100,000 more than required to get the measure on the ballot. The group’s chairman J.P. Holyoak said they project legal weed would bring millions of dollars to the state, and most would go to Arizona’s schools.

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