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CONCERNS OF TOP POLS OVER SCOPE OF POT BIZ RULES MOUNTING [+VIDEO]

By Colin A. Young
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, FEB. 12, 2018.....The speaker of the House added his voice Monday to the chorus pushing state marijuana regulators to scale back their vision for the legal cannabis industry in Massachusetts.

House Speaker Robert DeLeo joined Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday echoing concerns with proposed marijuana industry regulations. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]

House Speaker Robert DeLeo said he agrees with many of the concerns Gov. Charlie Baker and his administration have raised with the Cannabis Control Commission's draft industry regulations, including the worry that regulators have bitten off more than they can chew by trying to simultaneously launch several different categories of marijuana businesses.


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