Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and Wyoming are the eleven states least likely to legalize marijuana, stated in an article published by USA Today. They are predicted to be the states who will hold the fort down until the very last minute, if the marijuana prohibitions ever come to an end. Those states have been named by scrutinizing their marijuana laws, which have been found to be the harshest, and have the highest number of marijuana-related arrests.
The country is changing its views on marijuana though, both medicinal and recreational use, when back in 1969 only 12% of Americans supported legalizing cannabis and in 2013, that percentage jumped up to 58%. Eventually, those states will have to say goodbye and reform their antiquated and conservative views and laws against a plant that helps a lot of terminally-ill patients.