Majorities Vote for Nullification in Oregon and Alaska
Alaska and Oregon have joined Colorado and Washington in nullifying federal laws against the possession and sale of marijuana (DC also approved a more tame measure):
Voters in Alaska, Oregon, and the District of Columbia voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use Tuesday, following in the footsteps of Colorado and Washington, which legalized the drug in 2012. A ballot measure to legalize marijuana for medical purposes failed in Florida, the Associated Press reports, where voters failed to meet the 60 percent threshold needed to pass a constitutional amendment.
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