Peters Methodist Church It Was 1,329 To 459.

Statewide, medical marijuana passed with more than 70 percent of the vote and Palm Beach County outpaced that with three in four voters approving it. READ: West Palm hits pause button on medical pot dispensaries What about the voters in Wellington? They overwhelmingly voted yes too. In fact, the yes vote won every precinct except Emerald Cove Middle School, where out of only three voters, two voted no on the amendment. The village mostly followed the county and state numbers with the yes votes winning between 2-to-1 and 3-to-1 at most of the larger precincts. At Villa Olympia Clubhouse, the total was 1,742 to 760. At St. Peters Methodist Church it was 1,329 to 459. At Wellington Elementary School it was 1,239 to 497. Bottom line: Medical marijuana This is what the voters wanted in Wellington, in Palm Beach County and statewide. Now the question for municipalities becomes whether to pass an ordinance now or pass a moratorium and wait for the state to regulate it.

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