Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is helping to raise money for a campaign against marijuana legalization.
Baker’s political committee blasted out an email to supporters on Thursday, featuring the governor asking them to support the ballot committee called the Campaign for a Safe and Healthy Massachusetts, formed to oppose the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol.
“This November, while voting for our next President, voters will decide if the Commonwealth will become home to a new billion-dollar recreational marijuana industry,” wrote Baker, a Republican.
“I’m proud to join Mayor [Marty] Walsh, House Speaker [Robert] DeLeo and many others in a bipartisan coalition that will vote ‘NO’ on this question,” Baker added, name-checking two of the state’s top Democrats. [Read more at MassLive.com]