How corporate ed reform threatens democracy
I didn’t get much time to think during the New England Cannabis Convention in Boston this past weekend. Between the vaporizers being passed around out on the street to the literally thousands of people who I interacted with during panels and at our booth for DigBoston and Talking Joints Memo, there wasn’t exactly an […]
“Not only should [convicted drug offenders] have an opportunity to work in this industry, they should have the opportunity to own [businesses].”
“We are hoping to have as many strains as people want, with the lowest cost to our members, and will offer greater discounts for vets who want to volunteer.”
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.”
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.
Prosecutors are dismissing nearly 24,000 tainted drug convictions, but do their actions go far enough?
Who tells Harvard or Bowdoin to focus on workforce development?
The first in a series profiling aging lifers seeking commutations from Mass prisons
Considering last Monday’s testimony from the state Elections Division, prohibitionists may want to wait before pushing ballot measures in cities and towns to prevent legal dispensaries.