Court Rules Medical Marijuana Ballot Question Needs To Be Re-Written

June 9, 2012 12:00 AM
Court Rules Medical Marijuana Ballot Question Needs To Be Re-Written
" BOSTON (AP) — The state Supreme Judicial Court has ruled in favor of medical marijuana opponents who say the likely November ballot question on the issue is misleading.

Attorney General Martha Coakley and state Secretary William Galvin’s offices must now re-write the “yes” section of the ballot question in light of Thursday’s ruling by Associate Justice Robert J. Cordy. The re-written section must be submitted to the court for review "

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