Montana Legalization Opposition Plans Lawsuit

Parts of I-190 are scheduled to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2021

Montana voters have approved recreational marijuana, but the initiative that voters passed 57% to 43% still has a hurdle to clear.

Wrong for Montana, the group that campaigned against the initiatives, plans to file a lawsuit in the Helena District Court to overturn I-190, alleging that the financial allocations proposed in the initiative go against the Montana Constitution.

I-190 laid out some of the groundwork for legalizing recreational marijuana in Montana, like Department of Revenue-conducted inspections and regulations. CI-118, the second marijuana measure on the ballot, amended the Montana Constitution to establish 21 years old as the legal age for buying and using pot.

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