It is no secret that marijuana legislation has continued to gain momentum in the United States this year.

In December of last year, International Business Times predicted that at least 10 states in the United States would vote on some form of marijuana legislation during the year 2016.

Just today, the Motley Fool has reported that the number of states voting on some form of marijuana legislation by November has jumped to at least 12.

In total, The Motley Fool reported three states are locked in to vote on marijuana legislation this November. One of the other nine states appears to be getting marijuana legislation voting locked into place, and the other eight states are in the process of getting enough signatures to get marijuana legislation on the ballot.

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