As it now stands, there will be three measures before voters in November to legalize medical marijuana
Eapen Thampy with Heartland Priorities tells Missourinet that two of them would go in the books as state constitutional amendments.
Thampy says constitutional amendments can have unintended consequences.
Voting “yes” on a state constitutional amendment makes it much harder for lawmakers to change it.
There are three measures to legalize medical marijuana on the November ballot. Two are constitutional amendments. Proposition C would just change state law