The leader of an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota is confident his group will have enough signatures to get the measure on the November ballot.
David Owen of Grand Forks chairs “Legalize N-D.” His group needs 13,452 valid petition signatures by July 6th.
Owen said petition circulation began January 6th. He said the group has already collected between 1400 and 2000 signatures.
"We are on schedule," Owen said in an interview. "And we'll be on the November ballot, assuming everything goes well."