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Here are the results for Election Day marijuana proposals in metro Detroit cities

(WXYZ) — There were several ballot proposals involving marijuana in a number of metro Detroit cities, one year after Michigan voters made recreational marijuana legal.

In Walled Lake, Prop 1 allowed for eight new marijuana shops, on top of the three already approved. Sixty percent of voters said no to the proposal, while 40 percent said yes.

Allen Park’s proposal set an annual $5,000 fee, would regulate time, place and manner of operation and set a $150 limit on pot businesses in the city. The proposal would also add three recreational pot retailers and three microbusinesses to the city. The proposal failed, with 61 percent of voters saying no to the proposal and 39 percent in favor of it.

A marijuana proposal was approved in Lincoln Park; two medical and two recreational marijuana shops will move forward in the city. Fifty-six percent voted yes, while 44 percent voted no.

Keego Harbor’s proposal had similar language to Walled Lake’s. The proposal failed, with 65 percent voting no and 35 percent voting yes.

There were several ballot proposals involving marijuana in a number of metro Detroit cities, one year after Michigan voters made recreational marijuana legal.

Mississippi Statewide Measure 1B Election Results: Allow Medical Marijuana

Updated Nov. 16, 2020, 8:07 AM ET

Mississippi Statewide Measure 1B Election Results: Allow Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana would become legal for people with debilitating medical conditions. For the initiative to pass, it must receive a majority of the votes cast on the question and at least 40 percent of the total votes in the state’s biggest election, which would be the presidential race.

Answer Votes Pct.
Winner Winner Initiative 65 Initiative 65 707,053 73.8 %
Alternative 65A Alternative 65A 250,410 26.2 %
Total reported Total reported 957,463

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Stephanie Saul, in New York Nov. 13, 2020

Biden is the first Democratic presidential candidate to carry Georgia since Bill Clinton in 1992. Even as a recount begins in the state, Biden leads by more than 14,000 votes. See Georgia results ›

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Stephanie Saul, in New York Nov. 13, 2020

Biden is the first Democratic presidential candidate to carry Georgia since Bill Clinton in 1992. Even as a recount begins in the state, Biden leads by more than 14,000 votes. See Georgia results ›

Matt Stevens, in New York Nov. 13, 2020

Trump’s narrow victory in North Carolina does not affect the overall outcome of the race, which Biden won Saturday after crossing the threshold of 270 Electoral College votes. See North Carolina results ›

Nate Cohn, in New York Nov. 13, 2020

It’s final: Joe Biden wins 306 electoral votes, Donald Trump wins 232. Biden wins Georgia. Trump wins North Carolina. Read more ›

Jennifer Medina Nov. 12, 2020

For the first time in decades, Arizona has voted for a Democrat for president. Bill Clinton won the state in 1996, and he had been the only Democrat to do so since Truman. Read more ›

Nate Cohn, in New York Nov. 12, 2020

The races in Arizona and Georgia have not been called by several TV networks, but they’re essentially over. Here’s why ›

Nicholas Fandos Nov. 11, 2020

Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina capitalized on unexpected Republican strength in a crucial swing state to defeat a Democrat damaged by revelations of an extramarital affair. Read more ›

Maggie Astor, in New York Nov. 11, 2020

Biden’s popular vote lead has surpassed five million, putting him 3.4 percentage points ahead of Trump. This is significantly larger than Hillary Clinton’s 2.9 million, 2.1-point margin in 2016.

Glenn Thrush, in Washington Nov. 11, 2020

Georgia will conduct a hand recount, a move requested by the Trump campaign. State officials have said it is unlikely to erase Biden’s narrow but significant lead there. Read more ›

Carl Hulse, in Washington Nov. 11, 2020

Senator Dan Sullivan’s victory in Alaska moves Republicans closer to holding the Senate. Two Georgia runoffs will decide Senate control. Read more ›

Reid Epstein, in Washington Nov. 10, 2020

The New York Times called top elections officials in all 50 states, and found none who pointed to any fraud episodes this year. Read more ›

Nick Corasaniti, in Philadelphia Nov. 10, 2020

In Arizona, Trump now trails Biden by fewer than 15,000 votes, but he’s running out of opportunities to close the gap. He’d need to win the remaining ballots by more than 20 points to take the lead. See Arizona results ›

Nicholas Fandos Nov. 10, 2020

Cal Cunningham, the Democrat challenging Senator Thom Tillis, Republican of North Carolina, conceded the race, bolstering G.O.P. hopes of keeping Senate control. Read more ›

Emily Cochrane, in Washington Nov. 10, 2020

House Democrats will officially retain their majority with at least 218 seats, but the party is still reeling from losing in districts where Democrats had been expected to win. Read more ›

Emily Cochrane, in Washington Nov. 10, 2020

House Republicans, despite remaining in the minority, are celebrating the highest number of Republican women elected to the chamber. See House results ›

Source: Election results and race calls from The Associated Press

By Michael Andre, Aliza Aufrichtig, Gray Beltran, Matthew Bloch, Larry Buchanan, Andrew Chavez, Nate Cohn, Matthew Conlen, Annie Daniel, Asmaa Elkeurti, Andrew Fischer, Josh Holder, Will Houp, Jonathan Huang, Josh Katz, Aaron Krolik, Jasmine C. Lee, Rebecca Lieberman, Ilana Marcus, Jaymin Patel, Charlie Smart, Ben Smithgall, Umi Syam, Rumsey Taylor, Miles Watkins and Isaac White

Additional data collection by Alice Park, Rachel Shorey, Thu Trinh and Quoctrung Bui

Candidate photo research and production by Earl Wilson, Alana Celii, Lalena Fisher, Yuriria Avila, Amanda Cordero, Laura Kaltman, Andrew Rodriguez, Alex Garces, Chris Kahley, Andy Chen, Chris O’Brien, Jim DeMaria, Dave Braun and Jessica White

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