Group Tries Again to Place Adult-Use Cannabis Legalization Measure on North Dakota’s Ballot
The group filed a petition with the Secretary of State’s office Jan. 11, the news outlet reported. If the petition is approved, Legalize ND will have one year to collect a minimum of 26,904 signatures to qualify its initiative for the 2022 ballot.
The group refocused its efforts on the 2022 election after the COVID-19 pandemic made it difficult for the organization to collect enough signatures to qualify its initiative for the 2020 ballot.
Legalize ND collected just short of 24,000 signatures in last year’s effort, KVRR reported.