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Poll: How Should Missouri Treat Marijuana?

Please vote in the poll, located in the right sidebar
Please vote in the poll, located in the right sidebar

The poll this week is an exact duplicate of a poll from last April, I want to see if there are any changes as a result of legal recreational marijuana in Colorado as of January 1st.

The results of the poll in April were:

  1. Fully legalize 71 [53.38%]
  2. Legalize for medical / decriminalize for recreational use 32 [24.06%]
  3. Keep it illegal 21 [15.79%]
  4. Legalize for medical use only 6 [4.51%]
  5. Unsure/no opinion 3 [2.26%]

We’ll see if the current results differ from last year, the poll is in the right sidebar. Mayor Slay’s campaign website currently has a 10-question “mini-poll” on marijuana.

I’ll share more thoughts with the results on Wednesday the 22nd.

— Steve Patterson 

 

Currently there are "2 comments" on this Article:

  1. Urban Reason says:

    At 11% “Keep it illegal”, I am genuinely curious as to what the rationale for this option is. As someone who knows a LOT of wonderful, friendly, well-adjusted, high functioning, (well-paid) professionals across the arts, entertainment, and tech industries who regularly partake in recreational marijuana use – people who I believe genuinely enrich our culture and bring value to our society – I can’t quite understand the rationale as to why myself or any of these people should be considered criminals.

     

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