Out of four states that had marijuana on the ballot, three of them voted for legalization on Tuesday. Michigan legalized marijuana for recreational use (effective date in December, 2018), becoming the tenth state, along with Washington D.C., to do so, while Utah (effective date in December, 2018) and Missouri (effective December 6, 2018) legalized it for medical use, joining 30 other states and Washington D.C.  North Dakota, the fourth state with marijuana on its ballot, voted against the legalization for recreational use (medical use has been legal there since 2016).

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