Advisory referendums on marijuana driven by grassroots effort


A number of marijuana advisory referendums appearing on this year's midterm ballot were proposed by city and county officials at the request of their constituents.
Gary Storck, a publisher and cannabis activist in Wisconsin, chalks up this year's unprecedented number of marijuana referendums to "the amazing work of grassroots people all over the state."
He points out that 52 percent of the state's population lives in an area with some sort of cannabis question going before voters Nov. 6.
"I think that's something the governor -- whoever that might be -- really has to take into account," Storck...

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