Political Roundtable: State Ballot Measures on Marijuana Legalization, Death Penalty and Guns

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Seventeen ballot measures were certified to appear on November's state ballot last week, as voters prepare to decide about legalizing marijuana and getting rid of the death penalty. We discuss the measures, the recently-approved state budget, and the latest in state politics with local reporters and experts.

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