Sound excruciating? Perhaps, but don’t even bother applying if you’re afraid of compliance. We will comb through the innumerable rules of cannabis biz upkeep in the coming weeks, but at this point just consider a few of the state’s “General Operational Requirements for Marijuana Establishments”
"While cannabinoids, including CBD and THC, can never be used in the manufacture of alcoholic beverages in Massachusetts, industrial hemp can be used in the manufacture of alcoholic beverages."
"My mission is to help people suffering from pain, anxiety, insomnia, autoimmune disorders, IBS and IBD, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, seizure disorders, autism, MS, and other debilitating conditions find relief using cannabis."
With regulations for recreational cannabis almost in place, here’s what you need to know
We’ll be back soon with our analysis of the Mass regs shortly (read the latest update from the CCC here, including all about their "secret shopper" program), but for now here is a look into your crystal bowl…
"We don’t want the people who were locked up in the first place to be locked out of opportunities in this space."
Mass cannabis advocates call out governor, lawmakers for targeting small biz opps
"We are trying to be a less corporate, more approachable dispensary that participates in and shapes the latest trends in the cannabis world."
We aren’t talking about the Gap running out of size 4 skinny jeans for a week. We are talking about medicine that allows people to function and sometimes even to live.
With hearings coming up, here’s where the proposed Mass regulations fall short