Cincinnati’s CBS affiliate reports:
Ohio voters will decide in November if marijuana should be legal for recreational use. Sec. of State Frank LaRose [photo] announced Wednesday evening that the proposal to legalize weed gained enough valid signatures in their second go to make the ballot.
The statute didn’t have enough valid signatures to make the ballot in July. The group, Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, only needed 679 valid signatures but ended up submitting nearly ten times the number of signatures needed during their cure period. The period is a 10-day second chance to make up for invalid signatures.
This means that Ohioans will be voting on both abortion rights and marijuana this November.
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