Michigan becomes 10th state to allow recreational marijuana
The Washington Post
November 7, 2018

Michigan became the 10th state in the nation to approve recreational use of marijuana.  “Michigan will be the first state in the Midwest to end marijuana prohibition and replace it with a system in which marijuana is regulated for adult use,” Marijuana Policy Project deputy director Matthew Schweich, who directed the legalization campaign, said in a statement. “Adults will no longer be punished for consuming a substance less harmful than alcohol, and rather than having to resort to the illegal market, they will be able to access it safely and legally from licensed businesses.”

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