A commission studying marijuana legalization is tasked with identifying “the good, the bad, and the ugly.”
That’s how Rep. Patrick Abrami sums it up. He’s the commission's chairman.
Abrami's outline of guidelines at the first meeting of the commission this week points to the workload ahead. And it hints at the disparate voices in this debate.
Abrami issued the good-bad-ugly bit to emphasize that the commission serve as a fact-finding body and that commissioners “leave our biases at home and objectively address this issue.”