Only 41 percent of American voters oppose marijuana legalization in the United States, according to a recent poll by Quinnipiac University. 54 percent of voters are on board. If you’ve kept up with any marijuana legalization news in the past few months, you’d see this year has been a major turning point worldwide and specifically so in the US. Come November, at least five more states will be voting on the plant’s legalization.
Currently we have legal medicinal marijuana in an overwhelming number of states but it’s only legal recreationally in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Colorado. And the District of Columbia of course.
California, Nevada, Maine, Arizona, and Massachusetts are the states next in line for fully legalized marijuana. Florida, Missouri, and Michigan also deserve a spot on this list although the reforms are still more uncertain than they should be.
California’s “The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA)” campaign has gathered enough signatures that it will be on the ballot in November. Possession of a single ounce of bud or four grams of concentrates will be legal for anyone 21+. One would be allowed up to grow six plants at once. A new sale and regulation tax would be