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Ohio votes against legal marijuana measure

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Tuesday Ohioans voted on Issue 3, proposing a statewide monopolized marijuana market. According to the Columbus Dispatch, the idea of legal weed was struck down by nearly two-thirds of the population.

Although stoners in Ohio are disappointed today, the state is still considering the implementation of a medical marijuana market. Ryan Smith, a leader in the House of Representatives, said there is still more discussion to be had on the topic.

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“After going through this process, myself and many of my colleagues realize there’s tremendous support for medical marijuana and something we should have a bigger discussion about,” Smith said.

To read more about Issue 3, check out the full article. The rest of the election results can be found here.

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