The majority of Maryland's likely voters support legalizing recreational marijuana, a new poll found. Residents will settle this debate with a referendum in the Nov. 8 general election.
Goucher College on Monday released its latest poll on recreational marijuana and other social issues affecting this election season. The pollsters found a few causes with widespread support and others with mixed reactions across Maryland.
A total of 59 percent of Marylanders said they will vote to legalize recreational marijuana for residents 21 and older in this fall's referendum. Another 34 percent plan to vote against the ballot question. Seven percent are still undecided on the measure, which would legalize the use and possession of up to 1.5 ounces of usable cannabis or 12 grams of concentrated cannabis.... Read More: Pikesville Patch