A Massachusetts effort to pass non-binding marijuana reform questions in legislative districts continued to maintain its perfect record of success in the third election of that campaign.
In the Bay State, the Drug Policy Forum of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Cannabis Coalition went 12 for 12 on marijuana decriminalization and medical marijuana questions in legislative districts, bringing the record for the overall campaign to let representatives know voters support marijuana law reform to 36 wins and no losses.
In five districts, voters supported a question on medical marijuana, while in six others voters supported decriminalizing marijuana possession. In one district, voters gave the thumbs up to a question calling for the legalized and regulated sale of marijuana. Margins of victory ranged from 58% to a high of 80%.
Although the questions are non-binding, they allow voters to clearly signal support for marijuana law reform to their state representatives.