Cannabis reform, or lack thereof, appears an influential factor in the upcoming presidential election based on recent comments by both campaigns.
Justices ruled that a medical marijuana measure up for vote in November violated state law regarding single-subject initiatives.
The President fears including marijuana reform measures in key swing states could drive voter turnout that boosts Democratic candidates.
“The next time you run please don’t put marijuana on the ballot at the same time you’re running,” said Trump.
Although many states have legalized weed for recreational use and more presidential candidates are onboard with legalizing at the national level doesn’t mean it's a done deal.
Recreational marijuana may continue to expand into states with legal medical marijuana but will ultimately hit a wall.
The lack of red flags matched with their zealous signature collection makes it look like North Dakota could be one of the next states to go green.
You know that it was a big night for Democrats and diversity candidates. Election Day 2017 was also a huge success for marijuana reform.
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