Retailers should not be allowed to be within 2,000 feet of a playground, daycare, school, place of worship, or statue of any historical figure.
The Tokin' Truth
"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 been running with very little capital, so the less wait we have, the better chance to compete in a market that was initially set up against us.”
"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.
Boston politicians may love sports parades even more than they hate weed
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.”
"As a public defender, I saw the effects of criminalizing marijuana."
“We should create a list of strains and products that work for each of our conditions,” said the cancer patient as they settled into their chairs. “And put it on the internet so everyone can see it.” The rest of the group murmured their approval.
State Rep.-elect Nika Elugardo knows the dangers of illegal drug trade. "It creates violence, it perpetuates poverty, you see thousands of dollars going through in plastic baggies and meanwhile our water is getting cut off."