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North Dakota To Vote On Marijuana Legalization This November

Commonsense restrictions will stay in place. Public consumption of marijuana will not be allowed; driving under the influence will remain illegal; and individuals who give marijuana to minors will be punished.

Cannabis businesses will be regulated responsibly. The initiative establishes a system of registered dispensaries, manufacturers, and testing laboratories.

Cannabis products in North Dakota will be tested and safe. Each product will be analyzed to determine potency and screened for unsafe contaminants; marijuana will be tracked, traced, and accurately labeled in an inventory system from seed to sale.

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