Pass The Weed Please {List Here} New States Legalize Recreational & Medical Use Of Marijuana

Published On November 9, 2016 | By admin | Local & Worldwide News

Last night wasn’t all bad for some states…Time to get high before they make us pick the plants in the field…



California, Massachusetts and Nevada voters have triumphantly decided to allow recreational marijuana use in their respective states reports CNN. Florida and North Dakota have both decided on medicinal marijuana use as well…

On election day, voters in five states were asked to decide whether the recreational use of marijuana should be legalized and so far, three have said yes. Official results have yet to come in for Maine and Arizona.

Four other states voted whether marijuana should be used for medical reasons. So far, people in Florida and North Dakota have voted yes, according to their election results websites.

The number of adults who have smoked weed has nearly doubled in three years, according to a Gallup poll released in August.

It is the No. 1 illicit drug of choice for Americans, according to the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use, although only one-third of users reported an addiction to the substance, unlike most all the other illicit drugs used.

In approved states, americans who are 21 and older to possess, transport, buy and use up to an ounce of cannabis for recreational purposes and allow individuals to grow as many as six plants. The measure would also allow retail sales of marijuana and impose a 15% tax.

Although the measure’s passage would immediately allow adults to possess and grow marijuana, there may not be places to legally purchase it for some time.

The measure only allows non-medical marijuana to be sold by state licensed businesses, and it gives the state until Jan. 1, 2018, to begin issuing sales licenses for recreational retailers

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