Voters in seven of the 12 cities in the Detroit metro area have repealed prohibition or approved marijuana retailers since adult-use was legalized in 2018, according to the Detroit Free Press. In Rhode Island, where adult cannabis sales will begin Dec. 1, voters in 25 cities rejected proposals to ban retail sales within their borders, and only six cities approved those bans. And cities that did not vote to pass the bans will allow retail sales. In Wisconsin, there is no citizen-initiated referendum process, but cities and counties can ask voters "advisory" questions, according to Milwaukee TV station WDJT. Voters in eight jurisdictions responded favorably to the marijuana-related ballot question. In Milwaukee County, 74 percent of voters said they supported legalizing adult use of marijuana, and similar measures were passed in Racine and Kenosha.
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