Massachusetts voters will decide in November whether to legalize medical marijuana, allow terminally ill adults to obtain drugs to end their lives, and require car makers to provide independent repair shops with access to their diagnostic systems.
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office said Wednesday that those three proposals have gained enough support to be placed on this year’s ballot, even though they didn’t make it through the Legislature.
One initiative would legalize medical marijuana through a regulated system of drug dispensaries and patient identification cards.
Read More: Mass. AG OKs petition questions for 2012 ballot (AP)
Telegram and Gazette, Sept. 8, 2011
(This includes the Initiative Petition for a Law for the Humanitarian Medical Use of Marijuana. The official summary as prepared by the Attorney General’s Office is here.)