Which states have cannabis on the ballot this election day?

5 States Could Legalize Cannabis , Through Midterm Ballot Initiatives.FOX News reports that these five states have legal cannabis referendums on the ballot for Nov. 8.FOX News reports that these five states have legal cannabis referendums on the ballot for Nov. 8.Maryland, The state is asking voters if marijuana should be made legal to adults who are at least 21 years old on or after July 1, 2023.Maryland is the only blue state with cannabis-related ballot issues this cycle and will most likely have its measure pass.North Dakota, The state proposed legalizing recreational marijuana in 2018 but the measure failed. Activists have gotten the issue on the ballot once more.North Dakota, The state proposed legalizing recreational marijuana in 2018 but the measure failed. Activists have gotten the issue on the ballot once more.South Dakota, The state's measure "legalizes the possession, use and distribution of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia by people age 21 and over.".Missouri, The state proposes removing bans on "purchase, possession, consumption, use, delivery, manufacture, and sale of marijuana for personal use for adults over the age of twenty-one.".Missouri, The state proposes removing bans on "purchase, possession, consumption, use, delivery, manufacture, and sale of marijuana for personal use for adults over the age of twenty-one.".A 6% tax would also be implemented and some people convicted of marijuana offenses would have their records expunged.Arkansas, The state's amendment would legalize "adult use dispensaries to sell adult use cannabis products." .A 10% sales tax would be implemented and proceeds would go toward "an annual stipend for certified law enforcement officers," marijuana regulation agencies and drug court programs.A 10% sales tax would be implemented and proceeds would go toward "an annual stipend for certified law enforcement officers," marijuana regulation agencies and drug court programs