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3 states OK recreational pot; 2 toughen gun control laws - Minneapolis Star Tribune

NEW YORK — California, Massachusetts and Nevada voted to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, giving a huge boost to the campaign to allow pot nationwide. Six more states also voted on marijuana measures, while voters in California and ...and more »

Marijuana legal in most US states after ballots - Financial Times

Marijuana has become legal in a majority of US states following Tuesday's election, a paradigm shift that signals how much American attitudes towards the drug have changed. Voters in California, Nevada and Massachusetts decided to legalise cannabis for ...and more »

These States Just Legalized Marijuana - TIME

Marijuana was on the ballot in nine states on Tuesday: Voters in four states—Florida, Montana, North Dakota and Arkansas—were asked to cast their votes on medical marijuana initiatives, while voters in five others—California, Nevada, Arizona, ...and more »

Marijuana and soda taxes win big, but cigarette taxes fail in several state votes - STAT

Marijuana advocates racked up big wins across the country Tuesday, as voters in California, Nevada, and Massachusetts approved recreational pot use and voters in Arkansas, Florida, and North Dakota gave the green light to medical cannabis.and more »

Mass. voters say 'yes' to legalizing marijuana - The Boston Globe

Massachusetts voters on Tuesday legalized marijuana for recreational use, sweeping away more than a century of prohibition and opening the door to a massive new industry. The vote means the drug will become legal for use on Dec. 15, and marijuana ...and more »

California, Nevada and Massachusetts vote to legalize recreational marijuana - The Guardian

Voters around the US cast ballots for a diverse range of initiatives that seek to reform laws on marijuana, the death penalty, climate change and more. Below are results in the most important contests.and more »

Californians vote to legalize recreational use of marijuana in the state - Los Angeles Times

Voters on Tuesday approved Proposition 64, which would make California the most populous state in the nation to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Voters on Tuesday approved Proposition 64, making California the most populous state in the ...and more »

Californians Legalize Marijuana in Vote That Could Echo Nationally - New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO — California, Massachusetts and Nevada legalized marijuana on Tuesday in what advocates said was a reflection of the country's changing attitude toward the drug. Leading up to the election, recreational marijuana use was legal in four ...and more »

What to Know About Marijuana Legalization in California - TIME

When California voters approved Proposition 64 on Tuesday, the basic idea was simple: a majority of people in America's most populous state believe that adults should be able to consume marijuana if they feel like it, like a glass of wine at 5 o'clock ...and more »

Marijuana wins big on election night - Washington Post

Voters in California, Massachusetts and Nevada approved recreational marijuana initiatives Tuesday night, and several other states passed medical marijuana provisions, in what is turning out to be the biggest electoral victory for marijuana reform ...and more »