“We are hoping to have as many strains as people want, with the lowest cost to our members, and will offer greater discounts for vets who want to volunteer.”
We get a lot of reader mail at DigBoston, and some of our recent letters and emails have noted that our writers (myself included) can sometimes get juvenile in our vitriolic assaults on “prohibitionists.”
We have a very strong focus on education. A lot of people have been buying their medicine in Ziploc bags on the street, and there are a lot of different ways to adjust this.
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