11% remain undecided
A slim majority of Minnesota voters support legalizing marijuana for recreational use, according to a new Star Tribune/MPR News/KARE 11 Minnesota Poll.
The Minnesota Poll found 53% of voters think the state should legalize recreational marijuana, 36% oppose the change and 11% remain undecided.
The poll comes nearly a year after the Democratic-controlled Minnesota House passed a marijuana legalization bill, which Senate Republicans blocked from becoming law. In July, however, a new law legalizing edibles containing certain amounts of the psychoactive cannabis component THC took effect after Democratic lawmakers quietly pushed it through the Legislature.
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