MA talks on recreational cannabis compromise to resume Wednesday
A group of Massachusetts lawmakers seeking to hammer out a compromise over the state’s recreational marijuana law plan to resume negotiations Wednesday.
The six-member panel of House and Senate negotiators failed to meet a self-imposed deadline Friday to get a final bill to Republican Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk.
Democratic Rep. Mark Cusack, the chief House negotiator, said he is “hopeful” for an agreement. A spokeswoman for the Senate’s lead negotiator, Democrat Patricia Jehlen, said the conferees “are making good progress.” However, neither side offered a timetable for when the talks might conclude.
While lawmakers from both chambers had called for
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