Medical marijuana was legalized in Michigan in 2008, but the state is still passing laws to build the best running system. A group of marijuana advocates in the state are extending a petition deadline they had set for themselves in order to boost their chances of getting a marijuana legalization question on the ballot in November, according to the Detroit Free Press. The cannabis reform committee will need signatures from 250,000 registered voters to earn it a spot on the November 2016 ballot. If they are able to obtain the signatures, it is expected to pass.
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