Michigan, Utah, Oklahoma Will Have Legal Weed On 2018 Ballot

Three U.S. states will be voting to legalize weed in 2018:

The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Michigan submitted more than 365,000 signatures to get a question about full legalization on the 2018 ballot. If the initiative passes, it’ll be legal for anyone 21 and older to possess and consume cannabis in Michigan. It would also allow businesses to grow and sell cannabis.

The Utah Patients Coalition Collected 200,000 signatures to get a question about medical cannabis on the ballot. The proposal would allow some seriously ill patients to purchase up to 2 ounces of cannabis over a 14-day period. I would also establish where and how licensed dispensaries can operate.

Oklahoma’s voters will also be able to vote on a measure that would allow anyone with a medical cannabis license to legally consume cannabis and possess six mature plants, six seedlings, one ounce of cannabis concentrates, 72 ounces of edibles, and up to eight ounces of cannabis in their home.

Cannabis legalization has definitely been a growing trend all around the United States. So far, 29 states have approved cannabis for medical purpose and nine other states, and Washington D.C., have legalized, the stuff for adult use.