Published: Feb 6, 2020, 7:03 am • Updated: Feb 6, 2020, 7:04 am By Associated Press
By STEVE LeBLANC
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts House lawmakers approved a bill Wednesday that would tighten oversight of payments made by marijuana companies to the cities and towns that host them.
The bill, which passed by a 121-33 vote, would give the state’s Cannabis Control Commission the power to review, regulate and enforce “host community agreements” following criticism that some local officials have used the contracts to demand more money from companies than is allowed under state law.
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