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Wyoming Activists Pushing to get Medical Marijuana Initiative on 2016 Ballot

CHEYENNE – Voters could decide next year whether medical marijuana will be legal in Wyoming.

Activists have filed paperwork with the state which, if approved, would let them begin a signature-gathering campaign to get an initiative on the 2016 general election ballot to legalize medical marijuana.

The Wyoming chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws is sponsoring the citizen-led effort.

The group submitted its initiative application to the secretary of state’s office on Monday, which was also 4/20 – the unofficial national holiday for marijuana enthusiasts and supporters. [Read more at the Wyoming Tribune Eagle]

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