SD SUPCO Set To Hear Marijuana Arguments

(Pierre, SD) — The South Dakota Supreme Court is set to hear arguments about whether voters’ choice to legalize marijuana for people 21 or older should stand. A circuit judge previously ruled that Amendment A illegally dealt with more than one subject. She also ruled that the amendment was actually a constitutional revision and should have been part of a state constitutional convention. Governor Kristi Noem had campaigned against the amendment, which passed with 54-percent of the vote.

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