Yes on 4 is powered by Maryland residents who are ready to bring the era of failed marijuana prohibition to an end.
Chaired by Former NFL Player & Cannabis Industry Leader Eugene Monroe, we’re here to ensure that cannabis wins on the ballot this November and that everyone—no matter what party they’re affiliated with—votes yes Question 4: yes to adult-use cannabis.
Marijuana legalization is projected to provide the state with over $135 million in tax revenue. That figure does not include city and county revenue or the savings from the millions of dollars Maryland spends each year enforcing marijuana possession laws. Passing Maryland Question 4 would empower local law enforcement to focus its limited resources on combating violent crimes. Of the ten counties in the United States with the highest rates of marijuana possession arrests, Maryland is home to three of them.
Passage of Maryland Question 4 will legalize the use of cannabis in the state by an individual who is at least 21 years of age on or after July 1, 2023. Polling indicates Maryland residents support marijuana legalization by nearly a 2-to-1 margin, with majority support among Democrats, Republicans, and independents. The ballot question requires a simple majority to become law.