A group of student activists attending Central Michigan University are attempting to legalize a cannabis industry in 2016. Reports indicate that students have partnered with MILegalize to assist in passing an initiative aimed at repealing prohibition across the state.

If passed, the proposal, the Michigan Marihuana Legalization, Regulation and Economic Stimulus Act, would all adults 21 and over to possess up to 2.5 ounces of weed and cultivate up to 12 plants. What’s more is it would allow tax revenue to be used to repair roads and fund school development. It would also prevent police from raiding homes and seizing personal property based on suspicion of marijuana.

The group will be collecting signatures for the MILegalize campaign on campus, during football games, as well as other events.

Find out more about Student Advocates for the Medical and Responsible Use of Cannabis by visiting their Facebook page.

To learn more about the MILegalize petition click here.