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POLL: Medical Marijuana In Massachusetts: Where Do You Stand?

There's a hearing today on Beacon Hill regarding a ballot question, that, if passed, could legalize marijuana in Massachusetts for people with debilitating conditions, but is this something you would support?

POLL: Medical Marijuana In Massachusetts: Where Do You Stand?

The Massachusetts legislature's Committee On Public Health is planning to hold a hearing today to evaluate a possible ballot question that would legalize marijuana for "patients with debilitating medical conditions such as cancer, AIDS and multiple sclerosis" who have a doctor's prescription for it, according to an article on MyFox Boston

The ballot question, which Attorney General Martha Coakley has already certified to appear on the ballot, also "calls for the state to register up to 35 nonprofit medical treatment centers around the state to distribute the marijuana."

The states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington and Washington, D.C., all already allow medical marijuana to varying degrees, but is it right for Massachusetts?  Vote in our poll and leave a comment with your take on the situation.  

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