Michigan voters are not eager to legalize the leaf. At least that appears to be the consensus of a recent Detroit News/WDIV-TV poll, which indicates that over half of the survey participants do not support reform to the state's marijuana laws.

In fact, the latest results show that 52.1 percent of the registered voters in Michigan are opposed to recreational weed, while 41.8 percent support it.

“There is a sharp difference in attitudes on marijuana legalization among voters under and over the age of 40,” said Richard Czuba, with the Glengariff Group Inc., the company responsible for conducting the poll. “And while Democratic voters support legalization of marijuana, independents and Republican voters strongly oppose legalization.”

We don’t know about sharp attitudes, because while the strongest demographic to show support for legal weed was the 18-29-year-olds, the poll still found 31 percent who opposed. That means there is a considerable anti-stoner movement in Michigan, which surprises us a little considering most millennial's were conceived by parents that were just as high as they were horny during the (clears throat) manufacturing process.

Perhaps another Adderall would change their mind.