With Facebook still hostile to cannabis users, an alternative emerges
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.
I had to ask: “Mayor, are you really giving the dispensary a fair shake? “
Healey, is this a joke?
Healthy Headie Lifestyle of Boston was recently selected for “a seed-stage business accelerator for the cannabis industry.”
On the conservative Internets, there’s no such thing as racism …
Of course that’s what we titled an article about the Cannabis Society of Massachusetts …
New England’s debut cannabis convention rocked, if we might say so ourselves
Image by Tak Toyoshima About halfway through November, MassLive reported that Charlie Baker will campaign against an expected marijuana legalization initiative in 2016. As justification, the governor-elect cited the discredited gateway theory, which tells us that marijuana is “a significant first step to addiction of other drugs,” mirroring the utterly unscientific thinking of Boston […]
While these PPQs are non-binding, they set the stage for an expected 2016 statewide ballot initiative that the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), a national group based out of Washington, DC, will be funding with the aim of regulating marijuana the same way we do alcohol.