Med pot reform popular, poll shows
HELENA — A new poll released Wednesday found strong support for the state's stricter medical marijuana law, and showed that potential voters are nearly equally split in the U.S. Senate election.
The Montana State University-Billings poll said 62 percent of respondents favored the overhaul of the pot law adopted by the Legislature earlier this year.
The survey taken in mid-October included 411 adult residents and had a margin of error of 5 percentage points.
The Legislature's crackdown on pot repealed the original medical marijuana statute approved by voters in 2004. It replaced it with...