Earlier this year, a legal technicality and a last-minute lawsuit ended the campaign to get medical marijuana legalization on Nebraska’s Nov. 3 statewide ballot.

Even though advocates gathered more than enough signatures, the Nebraska Supreme Court threw out the initiative in September essentially because of the way it was worded.

Advocates in the cornhusker state responded: Fine. In 2022, let’s do medical and recreational.

The advocacy group Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana announced Sunday that it will roll out ballot initiatives in January 2021 for “full adult use” of cannabis. The group’s leaders, state senators Anna Wishart and Adam Morfeld, both from Lincoln, cited the overall momentum of the movement across the country as evidence that it…

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