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Critics say the delivery outfits are essentially selling “marijuana moonshine.” Source: State warns Leafly on ads for pot-delivery services – The Boston GlobeRead More
Source: Is Your Cannabis Safe? – High Times Cannabis safety is of concern in the medical marijuana industry. Gray market material may be grown with care by some, but even the most careful growers can end up with sub standard cannabis that wouldn’t pass safety testing. Do you kow where your weed came from?Read More
Be a part of history at a premiere, multi-experience cannabis celebration event!Join Ardent Cannabis on December 15 to celebrate the passage of Question 4 and experience the future of cannabis in Massachusetts! You’ll learn home cultivating tips from master growers, sample local goods and tasty food, and have a blast partying with New England’s cannabis…Read More
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office plans to deliver the official results of the Nov. 8 ballot question to the Governor’s Council for certification on Wednesday. Source: InFocus: Regulating the recreational marijuana industry in MassachusettsRead More
Big changes are on the way for Massachusetts cannabis patients in more ways than one. Besides amounts of non-medical marijuana becoming legal following the passage of Question 4, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health has suggested changes to the amount of medical marijuana that patients in the Commonwealth are legally allowed to possess and purchase during a…Read More
AMHERST — All that remains of the solitary marijuana plant an 81-year-old grandmother had been growing behind her South Amherst home is a stump and a ragged hole in the ground. Margaret Holcomb said she was growing the plant as medicine, a way to ease arthritis and glaucoma and help her sleep at night. Tucked…Read More
National Guard soldiers in conjunction with mainland State Police plucked four plants from 81-year-old Paul Jackson’s Edgartown garden. Paul Jackson shows the stump of one of his confiscated cannabis plants. — Sam Moore Updated 3 pm, Thursday It’s been some years since Islanders have seen a black helicopter crisscrossing the Island, its crew…Read More