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Michigan marijuana legalization doesn’t qualify for ballot, board rules

Michigan board rules that 137,000 legalization signatures won’t qualify for the ballot:

  • The Michigan Board of State Canvassers voted 4-0 to reject legalization petitions for recreational pot.
  • Michigan marijuana legalization doesn’t qualify for ballot, board rules
  • The Board of State Canvassers voted 4-0 Thursday to reject the petitions.
  • The group behind the legalization petition may sue over the decision that 137,000 signatures were gathered outside a 180-day limit
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@cannabist: “Michigan board rules that 137,000 legalization signatures won’t qualify for the ballot:”


Elections boards says a ballot drive to legalize Michigan marijuana for recreational use did not collect enough valid voter signatures to qualify for Nov.


Michigan marijuana legalization doesn’t qualify for ballot, board rules

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