The November 4th Port Huron ballot will see a proposal to decide on whether to amend the Port Huron city charter to decriminalize marijuana. Five percent of registered voters, or 1,054 signatures were needed to approve the petition, and the petition exceeded that by over 40 signatures. The petition seeks to legalize the possession and use of less than 1 ounce of marijuana by anyone 21 or older. Michigan law requires submission of city charter amendments go to Gov. Rick Snyder’s office for approval.