Sort of like the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, which this month packed its bags and set up shop in Worcester’s historic Union Station, we left the Hub in order to get closer to the center of the Commonwealth’s cannabis community.
“Me and my wife were both applying for our residency together,” Ruben says. “But her dad got sick. She went back to Mexico and took care of some of his business after he died. I got my residency in 2015. She got a 10-year ban from the United States when she left seven years ago.”
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.