A group of Nebraska marijuana advocates has renewed its efforts to secure enough signatures to file two specific cases to legalize medical cannabis. to voters in 2024.
The Associated Press reports that Nebraskan Medical Marijuana (NMM), which is made up of patients and their families, patient advocates and state lawmakers, has filed a ballot initiative with the Secretary of State to establish and regulate the MMJ program.
The group, which has twice been unsuccessful in using ballot questionnaires to spur medical certification, will need to Securing 87,000 verified voter signatures to qualify for universal ballot in November 2024, according to the campaign website.
The deadline to secure and submit signatures for the Patient Protection Act and the Medical Cannabis Regulations Act is July 5.
In the past year, two initiatives have taken place to legalize medical marijuana in Nebraska Failed to collect enough Signatures will appear on the November ballot.
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