The two competing campaigns in Massachusetts trying to get recreational marijuana legalization measures in front of voters next November face a Wednesday deadline to submit signatures.
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, which is backed by the Marijuana Policy Project, announced Tuesday it would submit more than 103,000 signatures – well over the 64,750 needed to qualify for the ballot. A spokesman for the competing group, Bay State Repeal, said in a recent interview that he was “cautiously optimistic” his organization would meet the signature requirement.
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Written by Omar Sacirbey