When Massachusetts voters go to the polls in November, they won’t only have a chance to elect bold progressive Elizabeth Warren. They’ll also be presented with the opportunity to vote on a ballot referendum (Question 3) which would legalize the use of medical marijuana in the state.
Polling conducted by Public Policy Polling has found that 58 percent of Massachussetts voters support the ballot initiative, while only 27 percent oppose it.
Warren’s Republican opponent weighed in against it on Friday. Senator Scott Brown told the Associated Press that he sympathizes with suffering people but that he thinks the law is too broad.
Massachusetts voters should keep Brown’s unpopular position in mind when they vote in November.