North Dakota recreational marijuana legalization initiative makes fall ballot

North Dakota on Monday is becoming the latest state of, 2022 to have a recreational marijuana legalization ballot question accomplished for the November election.

‎In accordance with the news release from New Approach North Dakota, the adult-use proposal – formerly known as Initiated Statutory Measure No. 1 – was placed on the ballot by the Secretary of State after an assurance that the campaign had gathered the least number of voter signatures required.

If the voters approve the ballot question, it will favor another new recreational cannabis market and would:

  • Set up a regulated adult-use market.
  • Need Marijuana product lab testing for safety and quality commitment.
  • Give marijuana possession of up to one ounce by anyone 21 or older.
  • Stop public consumption.
  • Give home cultivation of up to three plants.

The count North Dakota legalization, which would allow for up to 7 manufacturing licenses and 18 retail permits, calls on the state regulators to give the adult-use market by October 2023.

The other states that will have adult-use recreational legalization on the ballot in 2022 will include ArkansasMarylandMissouri and South Dakota – even though the South Dakota measure is narrowly focused and is going to permit possession and home grow but not a regulated, cannabis commercial market.

Campaigns are still underway to get medical or recreational legalization resourcefulness before voters in Nebraska and Oklahoma.

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