Maine Marijuana Legalization Fails to Qualify for Ballot (via Portland Press Herald)

Heady Vermont Staff 2 Mar 2016

AUGUSTA, Maine — A coordinated effort by pro-legalization forces in Maine has been disqualified from the November ballot by the Secretary of State’s office. Pot supporters united as the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana and submitted 99,200 signatures on February 1. In order to qualify for the ballot, supporters needed roughly 61,000 signatures for a measure that would allow adults 21 and older to possess small amounts of recreational marijuana.

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