The first of Massachusetts recreational cannabis shops opened up on Tuesday, November 20th, 2018. Only two shops are open now but more are expected.
Massachusett Lawmakers Delay Recreational Marijuana Without Voter Approval 6 Month Delay For Recreational Marijuana In Massachusetts- A bill was approved in Massachusetts that would overturn significant parts of the marijuana legalization law that 1.8 million voters approved just last month. With no public hearings and little public notice, lawmakers passed a measure on 12/28/2016 to delay
Massachusetts Soon Home To Countries Largest Medical Marijuana Grow Facility FREETOWN (CBS) –The largest medical marijuana facility in the country will be built in Massachusetts. Denver-based AmeriCann will build a 1 million-square-foot cultivation facility in Freetown. It has chosen Campanelli Construction in Braintree to be the general contractor for the project, the Boston Business Journal
The state law legalizing marijuana for adult use is now in effect. But what does that mean? Now that recreational pot is legal in Massachusetts, what does that mean for medical dispensaries? The New England Treatment Access, a medical marijuana dispensary that has a location in Brookline Village, sent some frequently asked questions to patients.
In Massachusetts Marijuana Is Now Legal Congratulations Massachusetts! Today, December 15th, 2016 is an exciting day, a voter-approved law has taken effect in Massachusetts, allowing people 21 and over to possess, grow and use limited amounts of recreational pot. Its estimated it will be about a year before marijuana can be legally sold by licensed retailers
Marijuana Legalization Could Be Delayed in Three States This November, Voters in eight states approved legislation to legalize marijuana for medical or recreational purposes. Now, lawmakers in Maine, Massachusetts, and Arkansas are seeking to delay or prevent the implementation of marijuana legislation , according to the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML).
Catholic Church Gives Last Minute Donation to Stop Marijuana Legalization The Boston Archdiocese is spending $850,000 tax free dollars to try and defeat Massachusetts marijuana legalization. Poll numbers suggests that legalization will likely prevail after the Nov. 8 vote, with 49% of those polled saying yes to question 4. Nine states have marijuana on the
A single marijuana plant grown by an 81 year old woman was seized by the Massachusetts National Guard helicopter in what can only be described as an absurd use of tax dollars. On September 21, 2016 the Massachusetts National Guard and State Police used a helicopter to seize a single marijuana plant from an 81-year-old