A measure that would regulate marijuana like alcohol has enough signatures to appear on the ballot. On Tuesday, the Alaska Division of Elections verified that over 31,000 of the signatures submitted come from registered voters. The lieutenant governor is expected to certify the initiative this month.
If the marijuana initiative is successful, Alaska will be one of the first states in the country to effectively legalize the drug.
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