Advocates for legalizing marijuana use for adults contend they will have enough voter signatures turned into the state to qualify their measure for the November ballot. They say they’ve done a better job of getting more valid voter signatures this time around and that they expect to have considerably more than they need. If their measure passes it provides for strict controls on growing marijuana, inspecting marijuana, and taxing marijuana, which, the claim, will greatly benefit the state’s revenue picture.
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