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Detroit City Marijuana Legalization (November 2010)

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A Detroit City Marijuana Legalization measure will likely be on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the city of Detroit which is in Wayne County.

Through a petition process, city residents have successfully gained the required 6,000 plus signatures needed to push this issue onto a referendum vote. The signatures were validated May 19 by the county clerk and the city council has 30 days to make the decision to add this measure to the November ballot or enact it into law. The future goal is to have a state wide vote that legalizes marijuana.[1] While proponents believe it would save the city money if the council just enacted that law, it will most likely be given over for voter approval. The law would allow those over the age of 21 to posses no more than 1 ounce of pot legally.[2]

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