Missouri voters decide Tuesday if their state becomes the 32nd to legalize medical marijuana for broad use.
Missouri, like most other states that prohibit marijuana, currently allows for limited possession of cannabis oil, as long as it has little to no THC, the ingredient that causes the “high” that recreational drug users crave.
Only about 150 people are currently registered for that program, but a trio of ballot measures could open access to a much wider range of cannabis products to a much larger number of people.
But with so many measures on the ballot, the outcome is complicated. Two of the measures are constitutional amendments, and the third would change state law. If both amendments pass, the one with more votes wins. If the change to state law passes and either amendment passes — or all three pass — the constitutional amendment would supersede state law, but