The momentum for cannabis reform in the U.S., which has had landmark political success beginning in 2012, appears to be gaining speed ahead of next month’s midterm elections.

Voters in Michigan and North Dakota will be deciding on the legalization of adult-use, recreational cannabis in November while Utah and Missouri voters will look at several medical marijuana measures.

Several municipalities in Ohio, meanwhile, are considering cannabis decriminalization.

And residents of at least 16 counties and two cities in Wisconsin will vote on a wide range of cannabis issues. 

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Bruce Kennedy ~ 420Intel.com

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