Brown County voters could find not one, but two questions about marijuana on their election ballots on November 6th. A committee of county supervisors recommended that the full board consider putting two advisory referendums before county voters. One would ask if the voter supported legalizing marijuana for medical purposes. The other would ask if they support legalization for recreational reasons. The recommendation came after more than 20 people talked to the board, a number of whom spoke about how cannabis has and could help alleviate chronic pain. The proposal would only legalize it for persons 21 and older. Taxing marijuana sales, much like Washington and Colorado, could bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars to address unfunded mandates and improve the local area. The county board will meet next week to determine if it will be on the November ballot.