ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Maryland voters are deciding whether to legalize recreational marijuana in a constitutional amendment. Lawmakers approved legislation to implement recreational marijuana with voter approval, but the General Assembly left matters of licensing and taxes for lawmakers to decide next year. The constitutional amendment defines that recreational marijuana would not be legal until July 2023 for people 21 and over. The legislation includes provisions spelling out a transitional period between Jan. 1 and July 1 that would include a fine for possession of marijuana of under an ounce and a half. Marylanders have races for governor, comptroller, attorney general, and U.S. Senate. Also on the ballot are all eight U.S. House seats, all 47 state Senate seats, and 47 state House of Delegates.