Mississippi on Tuesday became the latest state to legalize medical cannabis during the 2020 election, following in the footsteps of South Dakota. The first asked if they wanted to legalize MMJ. The second provided a business-friendly industry framework that has no limit on the number of licenses. Voters gave a thumbs-down to a more restrictive measure written by state lawmakers that were also on the ballot. The New York Times called the vote. The first question, Measure 1A, got 68% approval, and the second, Initiative 65, got a whopping 74% of the vote from those who backed 1A, as of 1 a.m. EST Wednesday.
Marijuana Business Daily, 11/04/2020 01:46:24