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After a tricky run in the New Jersey Legislature, the question of legalization of marijuana for all adult use is coming to the people in the form of a ballot question on Nov. 3, 2020. Given the uncertainties in the state due to the coronavirus, the slow and cautious move toward reopening, and questions regarding a potential return of the virus in the fall, how robust will voting be? The state is taking measures to ensure that every New Jersey voter will have the opportunity to exercise his or her right to vote in November, whether that vote will be cast in person or by mail.

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