The past two years have been milestones for cannabis legalization in the U.S., with Arizona, Montana, and New Jersey passing legislation in 2020, and New York, Virginia, New Mexico, and Connecticut following in 2021. This year, Rhode Island joined its neighbors in passing adult-use cannabis, bringing the total number of recreational state programs to 19. With Rhode Island leading, 2022 stands to be another landmark year with six states voting on cannabis legalization ballot measures this November.
Expected Sale Start: Undetermined.
Ballot Predictions: Fail. A statewide poll found a majority of South Dakotans oppose legalization with around 54% of voters against legalization and just under 44% in favor.
Overview: Measure 27 would allow adults to possess, home-cultivate, and/or transfer without remuneration limited quantities of cannabis. The measure does not seek to establish a regulatory framework governing the licensed production and retail sale of marijuana.
- No licensing opportunities since the measure does not advance a regulated market.
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