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Ballot measure proposed to repeal the state’s medical marijuana program

Travis Ismay of Newell South Dakota is attempting to repeal the state’s medical marijuana program. On Thursday, South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley released a draft ballot explanation for a proposed amendment that would do just that. If there were to get on the ballot in 2024 and voters approve it into law, it would make all possession, use, cultivation, sale, manufacture and sale of marijuana products a crime. A draft of the ballot measure can be found by following this link. Ismay will need to collect 17,509 valid signatures to get it on the ballot. Voters approved the state’s medical marijuana program by almost 70 percent of the vote in 2020.

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