Michigan voters on Tuesday approved Proposal 1 to legalize recreational marijuana, but residents will have to wait nearly a month to legally light up and much longer for retail sales.
The initiative will become law 10 days after election results are certified, which must happen by at least Nov. 26, according to Secretary of State spokesman Fred Woodhams.
That means adults over the age of 21 will be able to legally possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana by Dec. 6, perhaps soon if election results are certified prior to the deadline.
Smoking marijuana in public will not be legal under the new law, nor will driving under the influence of marijuana.
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