Alaska: Here are final results from voting on Ballot Measure 2.  Last updated at 07:50 PST, 11-5-14.  “The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Alaska” is an initiative committee formed to support a ballot measure entitled, “An Act to tax and regulate the production, sale, and use of marijuana.” As the title suggests, the measure would make the possession of marijuana legal for adults 21 years of age or older, and it would establish a regulated system of marijuana cultivation and sales.

Oregon: Here are final election results from voting in Oregon on Ballot Measure 91.  Last updated 07:56 PST, 11-5-14.  The Control, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana and Industrial Hemp Act would remove penalties for adults 21 and older who possess, use, and grow a limited amount of marijuana. It would also direct the Oregon Liquor Commission to establish a system of strictly regulated and registered marijuana producers, wholesalers, processors, and retailers.

District of Columbia:  Here are final election results from voting in the District of Columbia on Ballot Initiative 71.  Last updated at 08:04 PST, 11-5-14.  This measure, if passed, will make it lawful under District of Columbia law for a person 21 years of age or older to: possess up to two ounces of marijuana for personal use; grow no more than six cannabis plants with 3 or fewer being mature, flowering plants, within the person’s principal residence; transfer without payment (but not sell) up to one ounce of marijuana to another person 21 years of age or older; and use or sell drug paraphernalia for the use, growing, or processing of marijuana or cannabis.

 

Florida:  Here are final election results from voting in Florida on Amendment 2.  Last updated at 08:05 PST, 11-5-14.  Amedment 2 would allow seriously ill residents to use medical marijuana with a valid doctor’s recommendation, and the state would register and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries.  Should this measure garner 60% of the vote, Florida would become the 24th state to adopt a medical marijuana law and the first to do so in the South.

 

 

South Portland, Maine:  Here are final election results from voting in South Portland on the City of South Portland Recreational Marijuana Legalization Measure.  Last updated at 21:38 PST, 11-4-14.  If approved, this measure would make it legal according to city law for an adult to possess and use up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana for recreational purposes.

 

 

 

Lewiston, Maine:  Here are final election results from voting in Lewiston on the City of Lewiston Recreational Marijuana Legalization Measure.  Last updated at 19:08 PST, 11-4-14.  If approved, this measure would make it legal according to city law for an adult to possess and use up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana for recreational purposes.

 

 

 

 

Berkley, Michigan:  Here are the latest election results from voting in Berkley on the City of City of Berkley Marijuana Decriminalization Proposal.  Last updated at 22:15 PST, 11-4-14.  If approved, this initiative measure would remove any criminal penalties attached to possession and use of small amounts of marijuana. Specifically, the measure would make it legal for any adult above the age of 21 to possess, use or transfer up to an ounce of marijuana on private property.

 

 

 

 

 

Benzie County, Michigan:  Here are final election results from voting in Benzie County on the City of Frankfort Marijuana Legalization Proposal.  Last updated at 17:39 PST, 11-4-14.  If approved, this measure would make it legal according to city law for anyone older than 21 to possess, use or transfer up to an ounce of marijuana.