A proposed referendum on a primary ballot is causing a stir.

Will Illinois be the next state to legalize marijuana? A proposed primary ballot referendum seems to indicate that there is a distinct possibility that it will be.

And since Illinois already has a medical marijuana program and has decriminalized cannabis, the possibility isn’t so far-fetched.

In March, voters in Cook County, Illinois might see a referendum on their primary election ballots. County Commissioners John Fritchey and Luis Arroyo have expressed interest in the possibility of legalized recreational weed.

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Chloé Harper Gold ~ HighTimes.com

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