Election 2017: Amesbury, MA Voters Reject Ban on Marijuana Stores

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Election 2017: Amesbury, MA Voters Reject Ban on Marijuana Stores | Marijuana Policy Project

BOSTON, MA — In a local election held Tuesday, Amesbury voters rejected a proposed ban on marijuana retail stores by a margin of 2,046 to 1,133. Last November, 58% of Amesbury voters approved the 2016 ballot initiative that legalized marijuana in Massachusetts. The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), the organization that led the 2016 Yes on 4 […]

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Alaska Voters Reject Municipal Marijuana Bans

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Alaska Voters Reject Municipal Marijuana Bans | Paul Armentano

Voters in the city of Fairbanks and on the Kenai Peninsula, located south of Anchorage, have decided against a number local ballot measures that sought to prohibit the operation of cannabis retailers and providers. Each proposal lost by wide margins. Under a 2014 voter-initiated state law, local governments may opt out of regulations licensing the […]

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Mississippi lawmakers reject marijuana legalization amendment

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Dan Viets, attorney and Chairman of the Board of Show Me Cannabis Regulation, speaks with KOMU 8 reporter Meredith Miller at his home in Columbia, Mo. on January 29, 2014. Viets reveals to KOMU that Rep. Chris Kelly (D-Columbia) proposed legalization and taxation measures to the State Legislature on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014. (Ian Arnold / KOMU 8 News)

Mississippi lawmakers reject marijuana legalization amendment
The Mississippi House of Representatives rejected an amendment Tuesday that sought to legalize recreational marijuana use in the state, as reported by the Associated Press. State Rep. Steve Holland (D-Plantersville) introduced the amendment on House …
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Marijuana legalization bill introduced in Michigan
Michigan Sen. Coleman A. Young II (D-Detroit) has introduced a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana use for adults in the state, according to a Detroit Free Press report. Sen. Coleman says legalizing cannabis would allow police to “focus on …
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