California voters will most likely legalize recreational marijuana this November

The latest polls show that more than 60% of likely voters favor legalization
Los Angeles Times (US)
Friday, August 19, 2016

California's Proposition 64 would legalize marijuana for adult recreational use. No disrespect to Colorado or Washington or Alaska, but California’s pot business would totally dwarf those already legal markets. Colorado, for instance, collected more than $135 million in pot-related revenues last year. California could collect up to $1 billion annually within a few years of legalization. And if California votes to legalize, other states will follow. (See also: Despite liberal pot laws, California has seen nearly a half-million weed arrests | Why marijuana legalization campaigns could fail in 2016)