The voter-approved Amendment A was struck down in court last year
Election officials say a measure legalizing recreational marijuana in South Dakota will be on the ballot in November.
Secretary of State Steve Barnett said the petition for an initiated measure legalizing possession, use, and distribution of marijuana was validated and filed by his office Wednesday. The measure will be titled Initiated Measure 27 and appear on the 2022 General Election ballot on Nov. 8.
South Dakotans for Better Marijuana Laws launched the effort to get legalized cannabis on the ballot after a previous voter-approved measure, Amendment A, was struck down in court last year. The group submitted the petition with signatures to the Secretary of State’s office earlier this month. Wednesday’s announcement means enough of the signatures were valid for the measure to be put on the ballot.
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