December 3, 2020 | In The IGG Blog

Cannabis Legislation Updates: General Election 2020

The cannabis industry breathed a collective exhale when the results of this year’s historic election came in. It was a big year for cannabis policy reform, with laws passed in five states to legalize marijuana use. Colorado opened the door to recreational use when it passed the first such law (Ammendment 64) in the country in 2014. Now, a short six years later, these newly passed recreational use laws bring the total number of states to fifteen.

The full list of cannabis legislation updates from the 2020 general election are below.

Cannabis Laws Passed In November 2020 General Election

StatePassed Marijuana LegislationLearn More
ArizonaPassed recreational use for adults 21+ overProposition 207 
MississippiMedicalRead Initiative 65 
MontanaPassed recreational use for adults 21+ overRead I-190 
New JerseyPassed recreational use for adults 21+ overRead SCR 183 
South DakotaPassed recreational & medical use for adults 21+ overRead Initiated Measure 26 (Medical) 
Read Constitutional Amendment A (Recreational)
Cannabis Laws Passed In November 2020 General Election
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