Brown County residents this fall will be able to let state officials know if they want medical marijuana legalized, but won’t have the option regarding recreational use. But the county might not be done with the marijuana debate for the summer, meaning residents might get a chance in August to weigh in on a third referendum. The board voted 16-10 just after midnight to hold an advisory referendum in November asking voters if they support legalizing marijuana for medicinal use if it is regulated as other prescriptions are. The referendum wouldn’t change any laws, but will tell legislators in Madison how county voters feel about the issue. Besides brown, the Wisconsin counties of Marathon and Outagamie are considering a referendum on Marijuana.