Four measures to be on Montana's November ballot so far
Voters have yet another decision to make, come November, after Secretary of State Linda McCulloch announced a fourth measure will be added to the ballot. Last week, McCulloch proposed an initiative which would authorize $200 million dollars in state bonds over the course of 10 years for brain research focusing on diseases, injuries and mental illness. This makes a total of four initiatives on the ballot with the election less than four months away.
The other initiatives include a ban on trapping on public lands, the expansion of rights of crime victims and their families, and to expand access to medical marijuana.
A proposal to ban all use of marijuana in the state is still about 4,100 signatures short of qualifying for the ballot.