From ballot questions to elections and over bureaucratic hurdles, we’ve trudged through many muddy trenches toward the endless fields of grass ahead.
"There’s so much to be gained from cannabis, why ruin lives over it?"
With a year to go until voters decide on the future of legal marijuana in Mass, the Commonwealth’s enduring anti-prohibition column recalibrates. Don’t call it a Cannback.
Medical marijuana passed in 2012, and patients still cannot get access in 2014. What will you do about that, and how quickly? Is it acceptable to you that patients should be denied their medicine for years while a long political process plays out?
As the crowd got bigger, the smell of marijuana and the message grew stronger, more specific. “They've taken $3 million of applicant dollars,” said Martin, who along with others questioned what the commonwealth has done with patient and dispensary fees. “Show me the money!”