A new poll conducted by EPIC-MRA of Lansing shows that 50 percent of Michigan voters would be likely to support a future ballot proposal to legalize the possession or cultivation of marijuana by adults 21 years of age or older and allow taxable sales at state-licensed stores.
The poll was commisioned by NORML‘s MI chapter, and surveyed 600 people. Now, while 50% of the vote may seem like it was split down the middle, there was actually an undecided count of 4%, making this a final vote of 50/46. Good news for Michigan!
Borrowed from an article at mlive:
MARIJUANA POLL RESULTS
Great news stirring about for proponents of marijuana legalization, with the controversy of Congressman Morgan Griffith‘s new bill, H.R. 4498, which was introduced on Monday, April 28th.
Few people want the smell of cigarettes in their home, so it’s obvious the same would apply to marijuana smoke. As medicinal marijuana legalization picks up speed, how do we reduce the plume of smoke coming from our neighborhoods?
One method for reducing the smell is using a vaporizer. But, just how efficient is this method? And, what if you don’t have $200 to burn on a quality vape? If you don’t feel like hiding under your sheets, what other homemade methods are there for reducing marijuana odor?
The race to be the next state to legalize marijuana at the ballot box is on. Activists in three states — Alaska, Arizona, and Oregon — have taken initial steps to get the issue before the voters during the 2014 general election.
In Alaska, Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell last Friday certified a ballot initiative application that would legalize the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana by adults. Continue reading
Voters who have seen how medical weed works in Arizona could get an opportunity to expand the ability to make use of the drug to any or all other adults.
Proponents of legalization submitted the necessary paperwork Wednesday to begin collecting the 259,213 signatures they have to put the issue of legalization on the 2014 ballot.
Instead, it’d be one bit of data that may be offered — but officially inadequate with no movie of any field sobriety tests.