As we often say on this blog . . .
Don't be a hater . . .
Legal weed in Missouri might not live up to expectations but will likely provide an EPIC boost for the local pizza, handcrafted bong and futon industry.
Here's follow-up . . .
"The Tuesday ruling means the proposed constitutional amendment will be on the Nov. 8 ballot.If voters approve the amendment, those age 21 and older could buy and grow marijuana for personal consumption as early as this year. The measure also would also require courts to wipe most past marijuana convictions clean.Medical marijuana is already legal in Missouri."We are now one step away from passing Amendment 3, which will bring millions in new revenue to Missouri, while allowing law enforcement to concentrate on fighting violent and serious crime," pro-recreational pot campaign manager John Payne said in a statement."
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to take up a lawsuit challenging a ballot proposal to legalize recreational marijuana use in the state. The Tuesday ruling means the proposed constitutional amendment will be on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Missouri Marijuana Legalization Initiative Will Appear On November Ballot After State Supreme Court Rejects Prohibitionists' Challenge - Marijuana Moment
An initiative to legalize marijuana in Missouri is officially cleared for ballot placement following a month-long legal back-and-forth between the campaign and prohibitionists. A lawsuit filed last month sought to keep the Legal Missouri 2022 reform proposal off the ballot after it was certified by the secretary of state.
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