Boston, MA: Voters in over 70 cities and towns decided favorably on non-binding public policy questions regarding the taxation of the adult use of marijuana and the legalization of the physician-supervised use of medical cannabis. Approximately 13 percent of the state’s registered voters weighed in on the questions.
The results will likely influence the language of a proposed statewide, binding ballot measure in 2012.
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