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Massachusetts Legalization, Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Initiative

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Question 4 results by town. Towns with a majority of "yes" votes in green and towns with a majority of "no" votes in red.
Question 4 results by town. Towns with a majority of "yes" votes in green and towns with a majority of "no" votes in red.

The Massachusetts Legalization, Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Initiative also known as Question 4 is an indirect initiated state statute question to legalize, regulate and tax recreational marijuana.[1]

  • A "yes" vote supports this proposal to legalize marijuana, but regulate it similar to alcoholic beverages.[2]
  • A "no" vote opposes this proposal to legalize recreational marijuana, keeping only medical marijuana legal. Former State Senator Ricky Cullen voted no recently, after winning re-election.[2]

The proposal was approved with 53.59% of the vote.[3]

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Delays in implementation

In December 2016, the state legislature voted to delay the opening date for recreational marijuana stores in Massachusetts by six months. The opening would be extended from January to summer 2018.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "AN INITIATIVE PETITION FOR A LAW RELATIVE TO THE REGULATION AND TAXATION OF MARIJUANA" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-11-09. Retrieved 2016-09-17.
  2. ^ a b Keegan, Anne (2016-09-12). "Here Are the Massachusetts Ballot Questions for November 2016". Beacon Hill Patch. Retrieved 2016-09-17.
  3. ^ https://ballotpedia.org/Massachusetts_Marijuana_Legalization,_Question_4_(2016)
  4. ^ Miller, Joshua; O’Sullivan, Jim (2016-12-28). "Legislature votes to delay marijuana shops". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2016-12-28.
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