Marijuana legalization, prevailing wage issues both expected to be on Michigan ballot

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LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Secretary of State’s office says that there appear to be enough petition signatures to get both marijuana legalization and prevailing wage issues on the November ballot.

The Board of State Canvassers will meet on Thursday to certify the petitions.  Both petitions have more than 100,000 signatures more than the required number of about 252,000.

The reports from the Secretary of State to the board are both given the recommendation to be certified.

The issues will appear on the November ballot.

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  • Matt

    Minimum wage doesn’t make you wealthy it drives inflation. The only thing min wage will accomplish is pricing out young workers from low skilled jobs. People need to research why min wage was started in the first place but hey who knew facts could tell the truth and the countless failures of socialism all over the world an indicator of why min wage has never worked.

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