Arizona Supreme Court says ballot measure to legalize marijuana can appear on November ballot

The Arizona Supreme Court unanimously rejected a legal challenge to the Smart and Safe Arizona Act, ensuring it can appear on the ballot in November./Getty Images/Stockphoto

By Andrew Oxford | Arizona Republic

Arizona legalized medical cannabis in 2010, and is now home to a market packed with a variety of high-quality products. The Arizona Supreme Court cleared the way Thursday for voters to decide on legalizing marijuana.

The court unanimously rejected a legal challenge to the Smart and Safe Arizona Act, ensuring it can appear on the ballot in November.

The order was just part of a flurry of decisions and announcements that included the state’s high court shooting down an appeal by the backers of an initiative that would raise pay for many health care workers and reign in the medical industry practice known as surprise billing, scrapping that measure from the ballot.

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