USA 2016 ELECTION-THE STATES VOTING FOR MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION

  • By Trevor
  • November 7, 2016
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Vote to permit recreation marijuana .Five States - Massachusetts, Nevada, Maine, California and Arizona will cast a ballot on whether to decriminalize marijuana for recreational use.

Vote to permit recreation marijuana .Five States – Massachusetts, Nevada, Maine, California and Arizona will cast a ballot on whether to decriminalize marijuana for recreational use.

On November 8, 2016 -American citizens take their votes to the ballot, as they chose a new leader for their nation.  Whether you vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, there is something else being voted for in 8 states. The buffoonery and slimy style of this unique election, has resulted in main issues being ignored by the media. They seem to be more interested in prodding Donald Trump, to say something that will hike their ratings- resulting in failure to talk on the more important issues at stake in this election. Voting for Marijuana legalization is a big thing and it’s sad to note that millions of voters will only find out of this ,when they go to the ballot this Tuesday, November 8.  My sources on the ground are telling me not a lot of folks are aware of the marijuana vote. This is very sad, because the media has chosen not to educate the voters on this. Rather they have opted to talk about Donald Trump grabbing virginas.  We all enjoy grabbing virginas but we also like to smoke weed folks

For the politicians, this election is very important because whoever is elected will probably get to choose a handful of Supreme Court Justices, resulting in the shaping of the country’s enforced laws and policies for a very long time. For us stoners on the other hand, we believe that the more States that decriminalize marijuana, the more the pressure is on other countries to also follow suit folks.  Five States – Massachusetts, Nevada, Maine, California and Arizona will cast a ballot on whether to decriminalize marijuana for recreational use or not.  My predictions here are that Nevada, California and Massachusetts will all have the obligatory votes to pass for recreation marijuana. Sadly “I think” Arizona and Maine, will vote no for recreational marijuana, but I sure hope I’m wrong folks. Arizona and Maine are still very conservative and I think the voters there are still delusional on marijuana and will most likely vote no. California and Nevada should have resounding numbers of folks voting yes.  We also have 3 states -Florida, North Dakota and Arkansas, all voting for legalization of medical marijuana. Here I see a sweep folks, with all 3 states voting yes. Montana will also vote on easing restrictions on current medical marijuana laws.

When it comes to favorable marijuana legislation, the USA has sure made a lot of progress folks. It’s been a long time but hey, it’s nice to spot some progress. It’s been almost 70 yrs. since the DISGUSTING Marijuana Stamp Act of 1937 was passed and finally more stoners and medical clients will get to enjoy their weed and medication in freedom.  So let’s all keep our figures crossed, as the American voters decide their “high” fate folks.  Don’t be surprised to see more countries follow suit after this election. Remember as well, Canada is on the verge of implementing its marijuana legalization platform early next year. Australia is doing wonders with its medical marijuana program and don’t be surprised to see them vote for legalization or decriminalization of recreational marijuana very soon.

I’ll be back on Wednesday with an analysis of the ballots. So see you then folks. Please share this with anyone in any of those 8 states. It’s very important that we get every single vote from every pot lover. Remember, legalization is just around the corner and is as sure as death. Keep the bongs loaded and the joints burning folks. Please also share this post with your friends and family, by using the social media links below. Till next time, take care and cheers.

 

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