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Campaign Supporting Adult-Use Legalization Launches in Maryland

The state of Maryland could see adult-use legalization.

According to Ganjapreneur:

The campaign is chaired by former National Football League player-turned-cannabis businessman Eugene Monroe.

“Passing Question 4 will put an end to the failed criminalization of cannabis, create a well-regulated legal marijuana market centered around equity, and open up new doors for local entrepreneurs and small business owners,” Monroe says in a statement posted to the campaign website. “I hope every Marylander will vote yes on Question 4 this November.”

Putting the issue on November ballots was approved in April by state lawmakers. If the measure passes, Marylanders who are at least 21 will be able to legally possess up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis and grow two cannabis plants, beginning July 1, 2023.

According to election finance data outlined by the Washington Post, the campaign is being initially funded primarily by medical cannabis company Trulieve, which donated $50,000. Blended Public Affairs, the only other donor listed, gave $100.

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