By Terry Kovarik
The Door County Board of Supervisors has rejected a proposal to hold an advisory vote in April on legalizing marijuana in Wisconsin. The Board of Supervisors considered two proposed ballot questions. One asked whether the state should legalize marijuana for medicinal use while the other asked whether it should be allowed for recreational use. District 11 Supervisor Megan Lundahl says the board debated the proposal and acted.
Lundahl will propose to the County Legislative Committee that the county adopt a resolution recommending the state legalize marijuana for medicinal use. That could come at the committee meeting in December.