BOSTON — The board responsible for regulating marijuana in Massachusetts is now in place after the selection of three more members.
Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey on Friday appointed Britte (Brit-AH’) McBride, a former assistant state attorney general, to the five-member Cannabis Control Commission.
McBride voted in November against the ballot question that legalized recreational marijuana.
Healey, Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic Treasurer Deb Goldberg also announced two mutually-agreed upon picks for the commission: Kay Doyle, who served as counsel to the state’s medical marijuana program, and Shaleen Title, a leading advocate for minority inclusion in the legal cannabis industry.