Group files paperwork to start petition process to change ND Constitution to allow recreational marijuana


BISMARCK — A group filed paperwork on Monday, May 20, to start a petition process to change the North Dakota Constitution to allow residents to legally grow and use any form of marijuana and to provide for state regulation of the sale of “any and all varieties” of marijuana.

John Bailey, of Courtney, N.D., chairman of the sponsoring committee for the petition drive, said Monday afternoon that “personal freedom” is at the core of the proposal.

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