In Massachusetts, small group working behind closed doors to reach cannabis compromise

BOSTON — A six-member Massachusetts House and Senate conference committee has begun work behind closed doors trying to hammer out a compromise bill making changes to the recreational marijuana law.

The two chambers last week approved separate bills aimed at overhauling the voter-approved law legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in Massachusetts.

The six-member panel, made up of four Democrats and two Republicans, voted to kick out reporters as they were set to begin negotiations on a final compromise bill.

One member of the panel, Democratic House Majority Leader Ron Mariano, said lawmakers…

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