Medical marijuana measure approved in North Dakota for November ballot – Cannabis News
A measure allowing people in North Dakota to purchase marijuana for treatment of nearly a dozen medical conditions will be placed on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger announced Thursday morning that a group of supporters of the North Dakota Compassionate Care Act 2016 had gathered enough signatures to place the initiative on the November ballot.
“It really didn’t come as any surprise to us," said Rilie Ray Morgan, chairman of the committee that gathered the signatures. “We were quite sure that we were going to have the necessary signatures."
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