Montana Supreme Court Denies Challenge for Marijuana Issues
A bit too close to the election to stop the measure isn't it?
KBZK is reporting that the Montana Supreme Court has declined a challenge to the marijuana legalization initiatives on the Montana 2020 ballot.
The group called Wrong for Montana are the ones opposing the initiatives and they are saying that it's unconstitutional.
The group that helped put the legalization initiatives on the ballot, New Approach Montana says that this group is trying to cause problems before the election and confuse votes.
For reference, New Approach Montana collected over 130,000 signatures to get these measures on the ballot.
CI-118 is an initiative that will require a legal age requirement of 21 to buy recreational marijuana in Montana and I-190 is to legalize recreational marijuana in Montana.
If you want to know where the taxes are going from the measures and to learn more you can go here.
Here's the things, Montana was one of the first states that adopted medicinal marijuana and a lot of folks know that the legalization off recreational marijuana has been coming for a while. New Approach Montana got double the amount off signatures they needed to be added to the ballot.
Plus, the benefits of the taxes coming from the selling would be incredible for the state of Montana. I'm not telling you to vote for the measure or not. That is your choice but I think Montana is ready for it.
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