Montana voters seem poised to approve a pair of marijuana legalization initiatives next month. According to a new poll, 49 percent of voters said they would vote for marijuana reform. While the poll also reported 39 percent said they would oppose it. What remains to be seen is where the remaining 10 percent of undecided voters will land on the question.  Rather than asking about both measures, the question reads: “The state ballot will ask about legalizing recreational marijuana in Montana. Will you vote to support or oppose legalization?” The results also show legalization is supported by most age groups, except those 60 and over, with voters aged 18 to 29 backing it by a near than three-to-one margin.

Kyle Jaeger, Marijuana Moment, 10/14/2020 12:28:27

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