Medical Marijuana on November Ballot in Mississippi

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — A medical marijuana initiative will be on the ballot in November. Organizers behind Medical Marijuana 2020 say the Secretary of State’s Office has certified signatures from their petition, officially qualifying Initiative 65 to appear on the ballot. The Mississippi Legislature will review the initiative which seeks to allow patients with debilitating medical conditions to use medical marijuana. The state board of health has expressed concern about potential harmful consequences and opposes the amendment.

 


1 Comment on "Medical Marijuana on November Ballot in Mississippi"

  1. I think they should legalize it recreational and medical. It does not effect your driving abilities at all . If they say it does! They lying I’ve smoked weed for years and drive 48 states and did my job well . Legalize it cause I’m growing it anyway.lol

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