It’s important to acknowledge the entire timeline of this story too, starting with the investigation of Downing’s previous venture, Yankee Care Givers.
Image by Kent Buckley Back in October 2015, still a month away from the deadline for submitting Bay State Repeal’s signed petitions to the cities and towns of Massachusetts for certification, Steve Epstein was optimistic. BSR’s “Petition B,” which the longtime activist helped draft and that would allow voters to legalize marijuana this November, […]
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The next chance we have to pass a legalization law realistically would be 2020 if CRMLA lost, and the next law would most likely be far more restrictive.
What’s most important here is that pols want to keep an edge on the two activist camps rallying for legalization next year on starkly different terms—even though Rosenberg now says legislators won’t tackle the cannabis question head-on.
Zuckerberg, if you are listening, you have a problem. Fix 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.
Most news organizations remain run by straights and closet tokers, the newsroom equivalents of covert gay Republican congressmen who oppose same-sex marriage.
In light of these statements, it’s time for the new administration to go beyond their mere acknowledgement of science, and to actually remove the roadblocks that currently deny many legal marijuana patients from gaining access to their medicine.
You might ask yourself: How do doctors omit medical facts?