“An homage to a drink made famous by John Candy in the Blues Brothers.”
Have you checked out your new downtown Boston dispensary yet? We visited Ascend Wellness in North Station to check out their new facility and for a chat with MassGrow and Ascend Mass CEO Andrea Cabral.
“Many in the community would like the opportunity to participate."
Local family-run Riverrun Gardens still fighting for a license
DigBoston reached out to all the dispensaries in Mass that were approved to sell cannabis before 2018, asking if they have a waste disposal plan in place. None responded to our inquiries about where they are taking their compostables.
There are several other opportunities to learn about the medicine and industry—whether you are a physician or simply a curious consumer.
From the doc’s office to the dispensary, Mass continues to fight opioids with cannabis
“We can comment and say we don’t want state or local resources used to support a federal law when it’s legal in Mass,” Jehlen said. “But to stop [Sessions], I think Congress is the one that has to step up, and I’m hoping that’ll happen.”
"A cannabis cafe, where you can buy and consume on site, is allowed under the law. But there’s a process."