Maine’s recreational marijuana program faces long road, observers say

By Omar Sacirbey Maine marijuana advocates expect Gov. Paul LePage to veto a recreational cannabis bill that’s laden with business opportunities. But even if the bill’s proponents can muster enough support to override a veto, legalization advocates worry the Republican governor could find other ways to delay or undermine implementation. “There’s a chance he could drag his feet for all of next year,” said David Boyer, the Marijuana Policy Project’s political director for Maine. Lawmakers passed the legislation Monday night after the Marijuana Legalization Implementation Committee spent eight months rewriting a voter-approved measure. LePage has until ... Maine’s recreational marijuana program faces long road, observers say is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs