By Shira Schoenberg | firstname.lastname@example.org Should all marijuana delivery trucks be required to have a video system in the driver and storage areas? Should drivers be required to wear body cameras to record deliveries? Should delivery be limited only to cities and towns that allow marijuana businesses?These are some of the tricky questions the Cannabis…Read More
Ticket Password: Magic
Summer cook-outs are great. Who can deny it? They can be simply magical. In this case we’re getting a little more magical than usual. Join us for some fine company and some good food, and enjoy some entertaining, amusing, and dare I say it astounding feats of magic! DISCLAIMER” It is not advised to play cards with a magician. You will lose!
This is a BYO, consumption-friendly event. There will be plenty of food and soft drinks.
There is street parking, and it is STRONGLY suggested to NOT park at the high school down the street.Read More
Despite a well-intentioned social equity program in Massachusetts that aims to provide a pathway into the cannabis industry for victims of the war on drugs, few have jumped at the opportunity.Only five entrepreneurs have turned in business license applications, though 123 permits are up for grabs, according to Masslive.com.The situation may reflect the high barriers…Read More
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin says his office is planning to crack down on what he said is the growing number of Massachusetts-based businesses raising money from marijuana-related investments.The Democrat said Wednesday that his office has seen an uptick in marijuana-related fraud cases.Galvin said those engaging in fraud may exploit high-profile…Read More
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. —The owners of a cannabis company hope to transform a former Papa Gino’s on Route 9 into a recreational marijuana shop set to open early next year.The Papa Gino’s at 151 Worcester Road in Framingham closed in February along with a half-dozen other stores. The rest of the story: Closed Papa Gino’s location…Read More
Dozens of cannabis advocates rallied at the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday to refute a public health group’s criticisms of the state’s newly regulated marijuana industry.The crowd held signs that read: “Weed’s not new,” “Empower our communities,” and “Cannabis equity is non-negotiable.” The audience cheered as researchers, clinicians, a state regulator, and people harmed by…Read More
By Jim Kinney | email@example.com and Shira Schoenberg | firstname.lastname@example.org The state’s Cannabis Control Commission approved Thursday the sale of New England Treatment Access, NETA, and its marijuana shops in Northampton and Brookline to a deep-pocketed national operator in the nation’s fledgling recreational marijuana industry.The unanimous vote came during a regular monthly meeting of the…Read More
DENVER (AP) — Sales of adult-use marijuana in Massachusetts have reached nearly $140 million through the end of May. Marijuana Business Daily reports that sales continue to rise through six months of operations following a November 2018 launch. Massachusetts was the first Eastern seaboard state to legalize recreational use and retailers were expected to benefit…Read More
MANSFIELD, MA — Mansfield could get its first marijuana business if a proposal for a recreational dispensary at 321 School St., across from the Mansfield Crossing shopping plaza is approved. Representatives from Releaf Alternative presented a proposal for a pot shop at last week’s Select Board meeting on June 5, and answered several of the…Read More
By George Graham | Special to The Republican Some Massachusetts veterinarians warn they are seeing increasing numbers of dogs suffering from THC intoxication, mostly by getting into their owners’ marijuana edibles, following the state’s legalization of recreational pot last November.“It’s increasing in prevalence because there is a lot more use of edibles now,” said Dr.…Read More