North Dakota voters say no to recreational cannabis
A ballot initiative to legalize leisure cannabis in North Dakota has been beaten. That’s because voters into the conservative state rejected the bill through the Midterm elections on Tuesday.
The effort sought to amend the state’s Century Code by eliminating cannabis, hashish, and THC through the Schedule 1 Controlled Substances list. Alternatively, a brand new chapter would be intended to determine the terms “marijuana” and “marijuana paraphernalia” and would prohibit any adult above 21 from being prosecuted for almost any non-violent activity that is cannabis-related.
Fundamental conditions associated with proposal