This week voters in Ohio rejected a marijuana legalization proposal by a margin of nearly 2-to-1.

Issue 3–which would have allowed Ohioans 21 and older to grow and use marijuana, and would have allowed children and adults to use so-called “medical” marijuana–failed, with 64% of voters voting against the proposal.

The vote may signal changing opinions on marijuana legalization. Colorado’s experiment with recreational marijuana sales has demonstrated legalizing marijuana does not eliminate black market drug sales; does not bolster tax revenue the way many marijuana proponents claim; and leads to increased drug problems among youth.

You can see Ohio’s election results here.