Although the COVID-19 pandemic has affected state legislative and citizen-driven initiative efforts to legalize marijuana for either medicinal or recreational purposes, or to expand current marijuana legalization, we can expect to see movement into 2021. In Arizona, Proposition 207 (the Smart and Safe Arizona Act) would legalize the possession and recreational use of marijuana by adults age 21 and over, while in Mississippi, Initiative Measure No. 65 and Alternative Initiative Measure No. 65A (House Concurrent Resolution 39) both would amend the state constitution to create a state medical marijuana program. Other states also expect to move forward with measures, including Montana, where Statutory Initiative No. 190 (I-190) and Constitutional Initiative No. 118 (CI-118) would legalize the possession and recreational use of marijuana for adults age 21 and over in the state.