"I don’t like that the regulated marijuana industry would be happy about anybody being arrested over cannabis."
Homegrow is a crucial issue, but the current 12-plant limit seems unlikely to be reduced, while the prospect of expanding the limit or lifting it altogether appears dead, at least for this session.
I have never been too interested in marriage myself, but the thought of my great aunt pulling a tube out of a flower pot at the dinner table has me wondering if I should go and propose to my partner.
“Not only should [convicted drug offenders] have an opportunity to work in this industry, they should have the opportunity to own [businesses].”
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.”
“Why can’t we just grow the plant and allow businesses to supply those who want it?”
Mass marijuana comm needs a listening, not a hearing
GRUDGE WAR: MASS CONTINUES PERSECUTION OF CANNABIS DOC IN THE LEGALIZATION ERA
The battle for medical marijuana continues in post-prohibition Mass