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kittie88   Wednesday, 11/09/16 02:36:11 AM
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Pot wins most places

Meanwhile, At Least Six States Voted for Legal Marijuana
Americans across the country voted Tuesday for the right to inhale without going to jail, legalizing recreational marijuana in at least three states, and medical marijuana in three others.

In California, where medical marijuana is already legal, voters approved recreational pot, a major coup for backers of pot legalization.

The new laws make pot legal in some form in more than half the country-- 28 states-- redrawing the legal landscape and presenting a challenge to federal authorities.

The Associated Press projected a recreational pot measure passing in Nevada and Massachusetts; and medical pot measures passing in Arkansas, Florida and North Dakota.

With votes still being counted, a recreational pot measure was leading in Maine, and trailing in Arizona late Tuesday evening on the West Coast.

The early results mean that nearly 67 million Americans, or about 21% of the U.S population, will now live somewhere where it is legal to use marijuana for fun.

California, Massachusetts and Nevada follow in the footsteps of Colorado and Washington state, which legalized recreational pot in 2012, and Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia, which did so two years ago.

--Zusha Elinson
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Meanwhile, At Least Six States Voted for Legal Marijuana
Americans across the country voted Tuesday for the right to inhale without going to jail, legalizing recreational marijuana in at least three states, and medical marijuana in three others.

In California, where medical marijuana is already legal, voters approved recreational pot, a major coup for backers of pot legalization.

The new laws make pot legal in some form in more than half the country-- 28 states-- redrawing the legal landscape and presenting a challenge to federal authorities.

The Associated Press projected a recreational pot measure passing in Nevada and Massachusetts; and medical pot measures passing in Arkansas, Florida and North Dakota.

With votes still being counted, a recreational pot measure was leading in Maine, and trailing in Arizona late Tuesday evening on the West Coast.

The early results mean that nearly 67 million Americans, or about 21% of the U.S population, will now live somewhere where it is legal to use marijuana for fun.

California, Massachusetts and Nevada follow in the footsteps of Colorado and Washington state, which legalized recreational pot in 2012, and Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia, which did so two years ago.

--Zusha Elinson
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