Missouri official predicts recreational marijuana legalization vote in 2022
Published October 27, 2020
The director of Missouri’s medical cannabis program expects adult-use marijuana to be on the state’s ballot in two years.
“I think that was the intent of the drafters,” Fraker, whose program is overseen by Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services, told the news outlet. “We’ve already heard that they are going to try and work and get it on the ballot. But I don’t think the Legislature will do it.
“I think it will have to be a petition. It’s going to be on the ballot in 2022. I’ve very confident in that, but I don’t know what that language will look like.”
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The director of Missouri's medical cannabis program expects adult-use marijuana to be on the state's ballot in two years.