It’s concerning to see bills like this introduced under the banner of public health. Why not a bill that limits the speed of a vehicle?
"That way folks who want to consume or are curious about it can come to us, and those who want to avoid the bar don’t have to be around it."
Moral panic hamstrings promising North Andover cannabis farm deal
Last fall, I wrote about the history of Osgood Landing—a large industrial facility in North Andover—as part of a column (“An Andover North Andover ...
The battle for medical marijuana continues in post-prohibition Mass
Group representing Mass municipalities wants local politicians to have the power to ban pot shops
Brace yourself for last week’s “Who's prescribing marijuana?” by Todd Feathers in the Lowell Sun. It’s a pathetic slanted story posing as a fair and balanced piece, a medical marijuana article with no patients, reefer madness front and center.
With Facebook still hostile to cannabis users, an alternative emerges
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.
It’s unclear what it will take for the media to objectively report on this issue.
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.