The Portage County Board of Supervisors will decide next week whether to put a medical marijuana question on the November ballot. The county’s Health and Human Services Committee voted unanimously Monday to have the advisory referendum on the ballot. It would ask voters if they think the state should allow people with “debilitating medical conditions” to use medical marijuana for treatment, with the written recommendation of a doctor. Thirty states have already legalized it’s use, and seven Wisconsin counties will have the question on their November ballot. Those are: Sauk, Rock, LaCrosse, Brown, Dane, Milwaukee, and Marathon Counties.