Posts Tagged ‘massachusetts pot shops’

A high new world may come with surprises

The burgeoning marijuana industry in Massachusetts continually faces challenges of every sort. The manner in which it addresses and resolves those issues will ultimately shape the landscape and result in a steady marketplace, balancing the needs of the consumer with the ability to navigate the bureaucracy and changing realities.However, there is a challenge on the…

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Temescal Wellness opening recreational marijuana store in Hudson

By Cesareo Contreras, MetroWest Daily News Staff Posted Feb 12, 2019 at 3:47 PM Updated Feb 12, 2019 at 4:14 PM HUDSON — Beginning Wednesday morning at 10, a medical marijuana dispensary in town will be expanding its clientele by opening its second retail shop in Massachusetts.“With the weather we are expecting Tuesday night, it…

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Retail marijuana store set to open this week in Hudson

By Cesareo Contreras Daily News Staff Posted Feb 11, 2019 at 3:49 PM Updated Feb 11, 2019 at 8:21 PMHUDSON – Starting Wednesday morning at 10 a.m., a medical marijuana dispensary in town will be expanding its clientele by opening its second retail shop in Massachusetts.“With the weather we are expecting Tuesday night, it may…

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First ‘mom and pop’ marijuana store in Massachusetts approved for license to open in Uxbridge | masslive.com

By Shira Schoenberg | sschoenberg@repub.com BOSTON — The Cannabis Control Commission on Thursday approved the first retail license for an independent marijuana store not affiliated with a larger medical marijuana company.The commission gave a final license to Caroline Frankel to open Caroline’s Cannabis in Uxbridge.“We’re taking it from a mom and pop perspective,” Frankel said.…

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Middleboro to soon join “Green Rush” with town’s first marijuana dispensary

By Daniel Schemer / Contributing WriterPosted Jan 31, 2019 at 3:01 AM MIDDLEBORO — Right now, nearby cities and towns such as Wareham and Fall River are getting a lot of attention and potential tax revenue pouring in as Massachusetts’ first wave of marijuana retail sales dispensaries open shop.In Wareham, for example, business is so…

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♫ GROWING CANNABIS AT HOME

Brit talks to Peter Bernard, President of the MA Grower’s Advocacy Council, and Jeremy Borjeson, Founder of the Harvest Cup, about growing cannabis at home. Topics include picking strains, growers rights, and bad edible stories. Source: ♫ GROWING CANNABIS AT HOME

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Mass. recreational cannabis outlook for 2019 is encouraging | PotNetwork

By Rick SchettinoJan 28, 2019 It took two years for Massachusetts to get its adult-use cannabis program up and running. But by the end of 2018, there were five recreational dispensaries in business throughout the state. First day sales added up to more than $440,000, and by the middle of December, sales had added up…

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Massachusetts cannabis panel OKs 4 more pot shop licenses | Boston.com | Boston.com

AP,December 13, 2018BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission has approved final licenses for four more retail marijuana shops in Fall River, Hudson, Pittsfield and Great Barrington. Northeast Alternatives applied for a retail license for Fall River. Theory Wellness wants to open a shop in Great Barrington. And Temescal Wellness is hoping to open…

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Marijuana in Massachusetts: State regulators sign off on 90,000 square foot cultivation facility in Leicester | masslive.com

By Gintautas Dumciusgdumcius@masslive.comA 90,000 square foot facility in Leicester, which will cultivate, process and package marijuana products, on Thursday received the approval of Massachusetts regulators.The Cannabis Control Commission signed off on provisional licenses on in-door cultivation and product manufacturing for East Coast Organics LLC.The five-member commission also handed out provisional licenses to the following marijuana…

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Pot proponents: Mass. missing out on $16M in taxes – Lowell Sun Online

By Michael P. Norton State House News Service BOSTON — Saying Massachusetts has missed out on $16 million in marijuana taxes, officials behind the 2016 legal marijuana ballot question on Monday pointed to staffing levels and bureaucracy at the Cannabis Control Commission as potential reasons for the slow rollout of retail sales in Massachusetts. “The…

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