MARIJUANA COMMITTEE ROLLS OUT SCHEDULE
The treasurer, state gaming commission chairman, legalization advocates, and representatives from the attorney general's office and a handful of state agencies have been invited to testify Monday at the first hearing of the Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy.
Massachusetts voters in November approved a marijuana legalization law and it became legal for adults to possess, use and gift marijuana in December. Legislators are intent on making changes to the law.
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