2017 is coming to a close, and unfortunately it didn’t offer up as many highlights when it comes to marijuana as 2016. But that trend may change next year.

Last year, we saw three states legalize cannabis recreationally (California, Maine and Massachusetts), and a fourth came up just short (Arizona).

This year, the biggest story was that New Jersey elected someone who’s promised to legalize marijuana soon. Not nearly as satisfying.

But as 2017 draws to a close, here are 10 states that could flip-flop on marijuana in 2018.

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Joseph Misulonas ~ Civilized.Life

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