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Recreational Marijuana Petitioner Say They Have Enough Signatures to Make the Ballot

Recreational Marijuana Petitioner Say They Have Enough Signatures to Make the Ballot

There are currently five ballot measures still being circulated for signatures to make the November ballot (and one currently under signature review). The deadline is July 9. Today the organizers of one of those measures – the one to legalize recreational marijuana in the state – have said that they have enough signatures for the

Podcast: Democratic House Candidate Mac Schneider Declines to Say if He’d Have Voted for Obamacare

We talked about his recent debate with Republican opponent Kelly Armstrong and the impression many observers got (notably myself and columnist Mike Jacobs) that the two candidates didn’t really do much to contrast themselves. Schneider says he disagrees with Armstrong in several areas mentioning the expansion of corporate farming, Trump’s trade tariffs, and the state’s

Recreational Marijuana Petitioners Say They Have More Than Half the Signatures They Need

A ballot measure (read it here) to legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota (and to expunge the criminal records of people convicted of marijuana-related charges which would be legal under this measure) has been approved for circulation since December 15. Today the group behind the measure – Legalize ND – announced they have collected more

Marijuana Measure Spokesman Says Proposed Change in Law “Is Not Going to Let People Out of Jail”

Earlier this week the organizers of an initiated measure to legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota submitted a proposed ballot measure to Secretary of State Al Jaeger for approval to circulate (full text included in this post). But the proposed change to the law goes further than merely legalizing marijuana. It also requires that the

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