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Massachusetts became the 18th state to allow for the medical use of cannabis.
The Boston Globe just declared the voters of Massachusetts have passed an initiative making the Bay State the 18th in the nation to enact a medical marijuana law.
Here’s a quick reaction from LEAP speaker Karen Hawkes, a former Massachusetts state trooper who has used medical marijuana to ease her own pain:
“Today Massachusetts voters made the compassionate and sensible choice to let medical decisions be made by doctors and their patients. As a former Massachusetts state trooper and as someone who has personally benefited from the use of medical marijuana, I thank my fellow Bay Staters for this decision.”
Ms. Hawkes goes on to say:
“My former colleagues will never again have to arrest a seriously ill person just for following their doctor’s recommendation and I myself will no longer have to choose between living in pain and living my life in fear.”
Stay tuned right here all night to see the results of other marijuana initiatives across the country as they are announced.
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