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North Dakota Marijuana Campaign Turns In More Than Enough Signatures To Put Legalization On The November Ballot, Activists Say

North Dakota activists have turned in what they believe to be more than enough signatures to put a marijuana legalization initiative on the November ballot.

New Economic Frontier said on Monday they submitted 22,444 signature to qualify the measure. In order to make the ballot, they will need at least 15,582 of those to be valid.

The campaign previously announced that it had reached the halfway point for signatures last month.

A recent poll signals that the campaign has its work cut out for them, however, with a majority of likely North Dakota voters opposing the cannabis measure as activists neared the finish line to collect enough signatures for qualification.

The survey from the founder of independent political action committee Brighter Future Alliance found that 57 percent of voters are against the cannabis reform measure, compared to 43 percent who are in favor.

New Economic Frontier filed its initiative with the state and formally launched the campaign in April.

Under the legalization measure, adults 21 and older would be able to possess up to one ounce of marijuana flower, four grams of concentrate and 300 milligrams of edibles that they could buy from a limited number of licensed dispensaries. Adults could also grow

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