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Welcome to the party! Recreational marijuana is legalized in Arizona and New Jersey - and it'll give the Garden State a massive $210 MILLION boost to its economy Under both the New Jersey and Arizona amendments, only those 21 and older could legally buy and use the drug It's unclear when cannabis will be available in New Jersey because legislation must first be passed in order to set up the new marijuana market  Recreational marijuana could bring the Garden State $210 in revenue  Combined with sales tax, legislative analysts estimate $255 million in new revenue annually for Arizona The Smart and Safe Arizona Act also would levy a 16 per cent excise tax on pot above the standard sales tax that goes to state and local governments 

By Associated Press and Matthew Wright For Dailymail.com

Published: 04:56 GMT, 4 November 2020 | Updated: 04:57 GMT, 4 November 2020

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Voters in New Jersey and Arizona decided on Tuesday to legalize marijuana, joining 11 other states and Washington D.C. in the highly relaxing club.  

The ballot question means that New Jersey will join the District of Columbia and a dozen other states to legalize cannabis. The vote passed 67.2 per cent to 32.8 per cent.

Under the amendment, only those 21 and older could legally buy and use the drug.

It's unclear when cannabis will be available because legislation must first be passed in order to set up the new marijuana market. Recreational marijuana could bring the state $210 in revenue. 

Arizona and New Jersey join 11 other states and Washington D.C. in legalizing recreational marijuana

Arizona and New Jersey join 11 other states and Washington D.C. in legalizing recreational marijuana

The amendment is expected to move relatively quickly because the Democrat-led Legislature and Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy supported legalization. 

Proposition 207 in Arizona would let people 21 and

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