This November, for the first time, a state’s voters will see both medical and adult use on their November ballots. One in ten arrests in the state are for cannabis, a new report found.
Voters in the state could be the first in the nation to legalize cannabis for medical and adult use at the same time, as both options will be on the ballot.
The governor previously vetoed a hemp bill. On Tuesday, she shared the conditions under which she would sign a hemp bill.
These would be the first cannabis legalization ballot measures to qualify for 2020, if validated by the Secretary of State.