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According to an article at mlive.com, Michigan voters remain split on the legalization and taxation of marijuana in the state. The Michigan chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) commissioned the poll of 600 voters through Epic-MRA. 50 percent of those polled favored a change in state law to allow the possession and growing of pot by those 21 and older to be legal and taxed in the state. 46 percent were against it, 4 percent were undecided. The article states that most pollsters in favor were men, mostly democrats, in the Metro Detroit area. Those most opposed were Tea Party supporters, female republicans, and Saginaw Bay area residents.