The more states that legalize cannabis, the likelier it is that federal prohibition will topple soon.

And so a few more dominoes fall. Michigan voted to legalize the recreational use of cannabis, while Utah and Missouri legalized it for medical use, according to projections made late Tuesday night.

(A recreational measure in North Dakota failed, though medical cannabis remains legal there.)

They join 31 other states that have already gone the medical route, and nine others that have gone fully recreational.

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Matt Simon ~ Wired.com

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