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Recreational Marijuana Comes to Michigan and Illinois

Michigan's legalization of weed was scheduled to begin January 1, 2020, but they became so excited for it to start it broke 2 weeks early. Illinois is scheduled to begin legalization on January 1, 2020

 

That increases the number of states allowing recreational cannabis to 12 now, joining the ranks of the earlier states including, California, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Vermont, Washington D.C.

 

Since 2016 when the first state legalized pot to today 12 states were added in 4 years. That might seem slow to you and me, but I feel it was a slow beginning that seems to be picking up steam.

 

We have 10 more states hoping to break on through in 2020 they include; Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

 

That could push the total number of recreational states to an amazing 24, almost half of the United States. Hopefully, that might wake up some conservation Republicans in the Senate.

 

So let's show our support for the states that have approved legalization so far, by visiting these states, and buy pot in their dispensaries, on our next vacation.

Michigan's legalization of weed was scheduled to begin January 1, 2020, but they became so excited for it to start it broke 2 weeks early. Illinois is scheduled to begin legalization on January 1, 2020

That increases the number of states allowing recreational cannabis to 12 now, joining the ranks of the earlier states including, California, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Vermont, Washington D.C.

Since 2016 when the first state legalized pot to today 12 states were added in 4 years. That might seem slow to you and me, but I feel it was a slow beginning that seems to be picking up steam.

We have 10 more states hoping to break on through in 2020 they include; Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

That could push the total number of recreational states to an amazing 24, almost half of the United States. Hopefully, that might wake up some conservation Republicans in the Senate.

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