A judge on the state’s highest court has approved new language for a proposed ballot question on medical marijuana to make clear that the plant would be produced and distributed in Massachusetts.

Advocates for medical marijuana and two other planned ballot questions on Monday submitted a final round of voter signatures to Secretary of State William F. Galvin. The questions appear set to qualify for the Nov. 6 ballot.

Another question would allow independent repair businesses to obtain access to all the diagnostic information they need for fixing motor vehicles. A third question would permit terminally-ill people to take life-ending medications with a physician’s oversight and certain safeguards.

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Source: The Republican