Voters To Decide Pot Issue In Michigan, Across Country

MICHIGAN:  Tuesday’s election is the first in Michigan and first across the nation to reflect a widespread movement in the change of attitudes on the issue of legalizing marijuana.

Residents will vote on ballot measures to significantly amend marijuana laws in four states — Alaska, California, Florida and Oregon — as well as in Washington, D.C., and numerous cities and counties around the country.

In politics, as in so many other things, the rule is: Follow the money.

“This is the first election ever when people with big money are getting involved with pro-marijuana candidates and the ballot issues” to legalize medical marijuana, said Chuck Ream, 67, of Ann Arbor.

 

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