Nearly 70% Of Cape Cod Voters Want Recreational Marijuana To Be Legal

Click on the image to buy the coolest T-Shirt ever – A non-binding question concerning legalizing marijuana that was on ballots in town in the Lower and Outer Cape passed overwhelmingly.

The non-binding question to legalize marijuana appeared on ballots in Barnstable’s Fourth District, which is represented by State Representative Sarah Peake (D-Provincetown). Voters in the towns of Harwich, Chatham, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown passed the measure by a vote of 14,052 in favor and 5,204 opposed.

I see you Cape Cod! You dirty hippie stoners! You’re high right now aren’t you?

Seriously though, these numbers are ridiculous. Nothing passes by that much of a majority. Ever.

This means it looks like full legalization will be on the ballot next time around. In 2016 you will be able to buy weed at stores just like alcohol. Crazy times.

Cue the music…

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  1. to be able to buy organic and juice not getting the "high" but the nutrients and benefits from the plant itself is a huge win for cancer patients, pain management, MS. OA, RA, anxiety, PTSD – it's about time patients have a choice to ingest the least toxic possible remedy/cure.

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