No marijuana ‘apocalypse,’ but legalization brings concerns 

Impaired driving, youth use are ongoing problems

Second of two parts. Read the first part here.   WHEN MASSACHUSETTS VOTERS were considering the 2016 ballot question to legalize recreational marijuana sales, opponents, including Gov. Charlie Baker, Attorney General Maura Healey, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, and a raft of public health and safety officials, raised concerns about everything from youth use to drug trafficking to impaired driving.  (...)

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