After Ohio’s vote, these states will determine the future of legal marijuana

There are no fewer than 10 sometimes-conflicting marijuana ballot measures that may go before voters in California
The Washington Post (US)
Wednesday, November 3, 2015

ballots-2016Drug law reformers in at least 16 states have already got ballot measures in the works for next year, according to vote-tracking site Ballotpedia. Two other states, Rhode Island and Vermont, may become the first to legalize recreational marijuana via legislative action, rather than popular vote. Some of the ballot measures may not get enough initial support to go before voters, while a number almost certainly will. Here's a rundown of where things stand. (See also: Weed wars: Pro-marijuana groups are now fighting against each other)