Author: TG Branfalt
The North Dakota campaign to legalize cannabis for adult use in the state failed to collect enough signatures to put the question on midterm ballots, falling 11,664 signatures short on last Saturday’s deadline, the Bismarck Tribune reports. The group had to collect 31,164 signatures in a one-year time limit but only collected 19,500.
Dustin Peyer, a member of the group spearheading the campaign, said that organizers are now forming committees to propose two future initiatives — including another aimed at broad legalization and another related to the quality and accessibility of medical cannabis, which is legal in the state.
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