“I think Massachusetts will end up being a cautionary tale in terms of how you can do it, but other states will learn to do it better.”
“Nobody was really wearing masks at all, then I kind of made a stink about it because I saw what was growing, the mold that was growing, and if you are going to be cleaning, you should have something protecting your face.”
“Every hospital I have volunteered with the last few days has a strong plan in place to treat the sick and is maintaining a strong positive, hopeful spirit.”
Noni Goldman got into the cannabis industry in 2016 with a 50,000-square-foot greenhouse. With a background in supply chain management and agriculture, she says it “seemed like a cool thing to look into,” but “coming from a conservative family, it was definitely ...
"I’m a renter like two-thirds of Cambridge residents, and now we have a representati[ve] on the City Council. I walk, bike, and take public transport living in a city where the T is dysfunctional."
"As I see this playing out, the culprit is likely to be illicit THC cartridges—the same cartridges that the DPH, however inadvertently, pushed people to use by letting big cannabis take over."
"We have followed all the rules set up by the Cannabis Control Commission, but in the end we are placed on the back burner while our funds are being bled dry."
Grant Smith of Belmont is a disabled medical cannabis patient advocate with a unique perspective on the value that unlicensed cannabis delivery services offer homebound patients.
In the midst of the media blitz about stoned driving, one might think that at least some outlets would note another story from a couple weeks ago, “Massachusetts banned from using [alcohol] Breathalyzer test pending reforms at state police agency.”