Wyoming Secretary of State Conditionally Approves Two Cannabis-Related Ballot Initiatives
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Wyoming Secretary of State Conditionally Approves Two Cannabis-Related Ballot Initiatives

One measure would legalize medical cannabis, while the other would decriminalize cannabis for personal use.

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August 4, 2021

Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Buchanan has conditionally certified two cannabis-related ballot initiatives for the state’s 2022 ballot, according to an Oil City News report.

One measure would legalize medical cannabis, while the other would decriminalize cannabis for personal use.

With Buchanan’s conditional approval, the local organizations supporting the initiatives can now begin gathering signatures to get the measures before voters next year, Oil City News reported.

Wyoming requires ballot initiative campaigns to gather signatures from “15% of those who voted in the preceding general election,” which equates to 41,776 total signatures, according to the news outlet.