The March 10 election in Michigan shows that sometimes a NO vote actually authorizes something- including cannabis businesses
FLINT- When it comes to local ballot proposals, sometimes voting NO is the equivalent of saying, YES.
In the March 10 election in Michigan, ten local proposals appeared on ballots which raised the question of authorizing cannabis-based businesses in their respective communities. Three of those were proposals which could have made an unsuspecting voter casting a ballot in the wrong direction.
In Big Rapids, the vote regarding cannabis businesses was 64% no and 36% yes, but that means businesses ARE authorized.More