State legislators have been squeamish about tackling legalization directly. And in the absence of action on their part, voters have taken measures into their own hands, driving successful legalization initiatives in Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and D.C.

Massachusetts' top politicians just came out swinging against legal marijuana.

Voters there are on track to decide whether to legalize marijuana at the ballot box this November.

But the state's Republican governor and Democratic attorney general have penned an op-ed with Boston's mayor encouraging residents to Just Say No.

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