Massachusetts will become the 18th state to allow for the medical use of marijuana, starting January 1st 2013. NBC projects that Question 3 will win approval in the state. With 38.1 percent reporting, the measure is currently leading 62.8 percent yes to 37.2 percent no.
|By: Jon Walker Friday September 14, 2012 11:15 am|
With just 53 days until the November election most state ballots across the country are now set and it is clear that this year should be a historic one for marijuana reform. In addition to there being two state initiative for medical marijuana this November, incredibly three states will be voting on whether or not to fully legalize marijuana for adults. That is the largest number of legalization initiative to ever appear on the ballot in any given election, and more importantly, there is a very good chance one or more of them will win approval.
|By: Jon Walker Friday August 24, 2012 9:01 am|
All indications are by next year medical marijuana will finally be legal in Massachusetts. An initiative, Question 3, that would legalize marijuana for medical use has already made the November ballot, and now new polling shows the initiative holds a huge lead. According to a new PPP poll of Massachusetts, it is winning by nearly a two to one margin among likely voters.