Missouri, if you want medical cannabis legalized, the midterms are your chance to make it happen.
Voters on Nov. 6 have three separate ballot measures — two proposed amendments and a proposition — on essentially the same question: whether to allow the legal use of medical cannabis to treat conditions like epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and glaucoma.
But the details of exactly how each program would work and how much money they would generate for the state are buried in the fine print. Here’s your guide:
What it would do: Amend the state constitution to allow medical marijuana and create regulation and licensing for