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nndb Ohio voters will decide whether to legalize weed Tuesday the referendum I keep that with a burgeoning legalization movement Reuters correspondent Mary with net Ohio would be a big change if they decided to legalize recreational marijuana it would be the first midwestern state to do so revealed largest state to do so also it's considered a political bellwether usually the presidential candidate who wins Ohio is the one who wins the presidency it's considered a purple statement go either way so if Ohio did decide to vote for this measure it would really change the conversation on legalizing recreational marijuana the Ohio measure differs from those past in state budget Colorado and Washington , it would legalize both recreational and medicinal pot but it would also designate ten legal read producers and distributors creating a monopoly a move that many marijuana enthusiasts say is totally until normal route Washington DC being advocacy group for the legalization of marijuana did decide to endorse this measure but there was some hesitation , because of the monopoly aspect of it the Ohio Green Party which you'd usually think would be prone on marijuana legalization has taken a stand against this , and there is another ballot measure called issue too which wouldn't