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New Jersey And South Dakota Vote To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

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CNN projects that voters in New Jersey and South Dakota have voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Poll results have not yet been determined in Arizona, Montana, and Mississippi for their legalization efforts. Pre-election polling showed that the measure had support in Arizona, Montana, and New Jersey. 33 states and Washington DC have already fully legalized medical marijuana. 11 states and Washington DC have also legalized recreational marijuana usage.

Added on the 04/11/2020 19:39:31 - Copyright : Wochit

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