In 73 local municipalities in Massachusetts, people will be voting on non-binding formal resolutions, public policy questions, asking the state government to pass medical marijuana or full marijuana legalization. According to MassCann, non-binding marijuana legalization resolutions will be on the ballot in localities with 7.5 percent of the state’s residents and the medical marijuana resolution will be on the ballot in areas with roughly 5.6 percent of the state’s population.