Why did the South Dakota Supreme Court rule against recreational marijuana? Read the ruling

Recreational marijuana use will remain illegal in South Dakota after the state's high court ruled against a voter-approved ballot measure that aimed to end cannabis prohibition in the Rushmore State.

The ruling, released Wednesday morning, ended months of speculation about how the issue would play out with the five justices on the court.

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This article originally appeared on Sioux Falls Argus Leader: See South Dakota Supreme Court's ruling on recreational marijuana

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