Four Ohio Cities Decriminalize Marijuana Possession, Lead Way for Entire State to Nullify Federal Prohibition

Statewide efforts to legalize marijuana in Ohio failed at the ballot box last year, but several cities pressed ahead, voting to decriminalize cannabis within their city limits. This takes a solid first step toward effectively nullifying prohibition in practice.

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Massachusetts Voters Nullify Unconstitutional Federal Prohibition, Legalize Marijuana by Passing Question 4

BOSTON (Nov. 8, 2016) – Voters in Massachusetts have approved a ballot measure legalizing marijuana for general use by adults, a big step toward nullifying the unconstitutional federal prohibition of cannabis in effect.

With 64 percent of the precincts reporting, Tenth Amendment Center projects Question 4 as the winner by a margin of 53-47.

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