MA AG Opposes 'Medical' Marijuana Bill

Medical marijuana would create ‘huge headache,’ Coakley says

With a question poised to go before voters in the fall legalizing medical marijuana, Attorney General Martha Coakley on Thursday said she worried the policy proposal would be difficult and costly to enforce if it passes.
“My position is if this passes as a ballot question it’s going to cause a huge headache making sure it’s not abused,” Coakley said during her monthly appearance on WTKK-FM.
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Coakley said the attorney general’ s office remains neutral on the ballot question, but personally she worries that such a law would be expensive to safeguard against abuse by patients and doctors.
“I think there are some problems with it,” Coakley said.
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