Recreational Marijuana Use Measure Will Appear On CA’s November Ballot

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Californians will vote in November on whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. The secretary of state’s office certified yesterday that a proposed initiative had qualified for the ballot. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act would authorize the state to license, regulate and tax marijuana. Backed in part by venture capitalist Sean Pearker, the initiative will be the second in recent years to go before California voters asking if they want to legalize . . .

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