Odds are cannabis will win in November

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If voters in all four states approve their questions, 2018 will end with 32 medical marijuana states and 11 that allow cannabis for adults.

Political oddsmakers give cannabis reform advocates reason to be optimistic heading into the November 2018 election.

There is unprecedented support for marijuana legalization, and advocates say the midterm elections could mark the point of no return for a movement that has been gathering steam for years.

Two to one odds Feds will legalize by 2020 

Currently the online betting site lists 2 to 1 odds that recreational marijuana will be legalized federally before 2020.

Will Medical Marijuana be legalized federally before 2020?
Yes 2/1 (+200)

This would add even more momentum to the movement for national reforms, and could be among the final straws that break the back of federal prohibition.

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It’s been just six years since Colorado and Washington became the first states in the country to legalize marijuana, but in that short time span, seven other states and the District of Columbia have followed. Thirty states have legalized medical cannabis, and the entire country of Canada legalized use last week.

It can also be a windfall for states who need to meet spending demands, but don’t want to raise taxes.

Below are odds for each state with initiatives on the November ballet; according to MyBookie.ag.

Adult Use:

Will Michigan legalize recreational Marijuana before 2020?

Yes 1/2 (-200)
No 8/5 (+160)

Will North Dakota legalize recreational Marijuana before 2020?

Yes 1/4 (-400)
No 3/1 (+300)


Will Missouri remove restrictions on medical marijuana before 2020?

Yes 1/2 (-200)
No 8/5 (+160)

Will Utah remove restrictions on medical marijuana before 2020?

Yes 4/6 (-150)
No 11/10 (+110)

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