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After months of hopeful anticipation, the efforts of cannabis reform advocates in Missouri may soon be halted for the time being. Two separate campaigns submitted signatures this election season for the November ballot, but one, Better Elections, did not reach the required amount. Signatures from the other advocacy group, Legal Missouri, are currently being verified and tabulated, but projections of the districts yet to be counted aren’t looking good. As a congressional amendment initiative, the campaign faced a laborious signature collection process requiring eight percent of the 2020 vote in each of the state’s eight districts.
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