After complaints, Boston issues permit cutting back on ‘Hempfest’ | Boston.com

By Christopher Gavin February 21, 2019

When the Boston Freedom Rally takes to Boston Common this fall for its 30th year, the popular marijuana education and advocacy festivities will no longer be a three-day affair, city officials say.Following a multitude of complaints about trash, noise, and damage to the rally’s yearly home at the historic park last September, this year’s event — commonly referred to as “Hempfest” — will instead be limited to one day, according to a permit recently issued by the Parks and Recreation Department.

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