“If Blue Dream is in high demand, but is unavailable, we can network”
Como una pandemia de mandrágoras de los históricos ahorcados, bajo los árboles, cubriendo las colinas y las explanadas del Common, como una manta cannábica sobre la yerba del parque, miles de jóvenes y adultos fumaban marihuana en porros, pinchos, vaporizadores, pipas y toda clase de parafernalia.
DigBoston reached out to all the dispensaries in Mass that were approved to sell cannabis before 2018, asking if they have a waste disposal plan in place. None responded to our inquiries about where they are taking their compostables.
While Brockton drags its feet on cannabis, an entrepreneur perseveres in spite of prohibitionists
Blue Crack should be a go-to for everyday workers and artists alike. That’s my primary reason for writing this, though I’m also hoping to spur some discussion about the name.
“You start with the application of intent, you throw your hat in the ring, and you realize how big of a thing you’re getting into."
So no, absent a demonstrated commitment to improve, you may not use my name or my credibility towards repairing your damaged reputation.
It’s 2012. One has to hope this changes sometime soon. Not just in New York and Mass, but from coast to coast to coast.
Whether you are in the application process to open a marijuana business in Mass, or you’re simply anticipating legal weed across the commonwealth, the comments Cannabis Control Commission Chair Steven Hoffman delivered at the first Mass Cannabis Business Association meetup, held Tuesday at the UMass Club on Beacon Hill, may offer the most insight to date into how far Mass has come on this adventure, as well as into how far we still have to go.