San Jose bans marijuana sales ahead of California state vote | KRON4.com

SAN JOSE (KRON) — You could say San Jose is worried that California might legalize recreational marijuana as the city has voted to ban pot sales ahead of the election on Tuesday, November 8. San Jo…

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Ballot could add legal marijuana to Las Vegas’ list of vices | PBS NewsHour

A proposal on the Nov. 8 state ballot would legalize marijuana in Nevada.

Source: Ballot could add legal marijuana to Las Vegas’ list of vices | PBS NewsHour

Billionaire activists like Sean Parker and George Soros are fueling the campaign to legalize pot – LA Times

Activist billionaires Sean Parker and George Soros and companies hoping to profit from legalizing marijuana in California have helped this year’s campaign for Proposition 64 raise close to $16 million, about four times the amount spent on a failed effort in 2010.

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Report: Marijuana sales to quadruple after election | TheHill

Voters in five states face ballot measures on legalizing recreational pot.

Source: Report: Marijuana sales to quadruple after election | TheHill

Legalizing recreational marijuana is bad for public health

When states legalize recreational marijuana, there’s a surge in marijuana-related traffic fatalities and poisonings, especially among children.

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Legal pot is still a tough deal for investors

With California voters poised to legalize marijuana next month, investors from both the Golden State and the country at large face a big choice.

Source: Legal pot is still a tough deal for investors

Your Election Day guide to recreational marijuana

The second Tuesday in November will bring about more than just a blessed end to the grim presidential race. It might also be the day that five more states will legalize recreational marijuana. Voters in Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada and California — all of which have legalized medicinal marijuana

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