That doesn’t mean legalization is fully guaranteed, though.
When Michigan voters hit the polls in a little over a month, chances are they will approve an initiative designed to legalized marijuana for recreational use. A recent survey conducted by the Detroit Free Press finds that the majority of the state’s citizens are fully prepared to embrace the concept of a taxed and regulated pot market that allows adults 21 and older to purchase weed from a dispensary in a manner similar to beer.
The latest poll, which consisted of 600 active and possible voters, shows 55 percent intend to support marijuana legalization, while 41 percent are still opposed. So far, only 3 percent are undecided on the issue.
If these numbers are an accurate representation of how the election will unfold in November, Michigan is on the verge of becoming the first state in the Midwest to follow in the footsteps of states like