By Nick Monacelli
DETROIT – Michigan’s Board of State Canvassers has certified signatures gathered to put recreational marijuana on the November ballot.
The elections bureau said earlier this month there are enough. A stamp of approval was needed from the Board of State Canvassers. The board gave its approval during a meeting Thursday morning in Lansing. The proposal now could be on the ballot unless the legislature votes on it or makes a competing ballot proposal.
A group supporting legalization in Michigan turned in more than 365,000 signatures from registered voters. They only needed more than 250,000 signatures.
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