The Maine House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to override Gov. Paul LePage's (R) veto of a measure to allow the commercial sale of marijuana in the state.
The House overrode the veto with a 109-39 vote, according to The Portland Press Herald.
The bill now heads to the state Senate, where lawmakers must vote by a two-thirds margin to overturn LePage's veto.
The newspaper previously reported that senators believe they have the support to overturn a veto.
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