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Massachusetts Officials and Lyft Launch Joint Sober Driving Campaign

By | August 8th, 2018|Driving, legalization, Massachusetts, News|

With anticipation over the legal adult-use cannabis market building up, Massachusetts state officials are bracing for what they expect will be a surge in drug-related traffic accidents. To get ahead of the problem, state police, cannabis advocates and two popular ride-sharing platforms, Uber and Lyft, are teaming up to launch an education and enforcement campaign [...]

First Recreational License Granted in Massachusetts

By | July 3rd, 2018|Boston, Licenses, Massachusetts, News|

Massachusetts is one of the latest states to legalize recreational cannabis. Although there is still some work to be done before a full-fledged recreational marijuana program is in place, they’ve taken a huge step forward, with the state’s first recreational license officially granted on Monday. First Recreational License Granted in Massachusetts On Monday, Massachusetts’ Cannabis [...]

Massachusetts Recreational Marijuana Retail Delayed Again

By | June 29th, 2018|featured, Massachusetts, News|

Retail sales of cannabis will not begin in Massachusetts on July 1 as planned, it was announced this week. Steven Hoffman, chairman of the state’s Cannabis Control Commission (CCC), told local media that regulators have not yet licensed an independent testing laboratory for recreational marijuana. He said the CCC has not received any completed applications [...]

Massachusetts Still Has No Licensed Marijuana Retailers

By | June 15th, 2018|featured, Massachusetts, News, Regulation|

Massachusetts residents voted to legalize recreational weed in the fall of 2016. Almost two years later, Massachusetts still has no licensed marijuana retailers, which means consumers still can’t legally purchase cannabis. And after recent comments from state officials, it looks like Massachusetts residents will have to continue waiting. More Delays For Massachusetts Marijuana When voters [...]

Massachusetts To Study Race, Gender Disparities in Cannabis Industry

By | May 23rd, 2018|featured, Justice, Massachusetts, News, Race|

Diversity remains an issue in most industries, and marijuana is no exception. Though women and people of color hold more positions of significance within the marijuana industry compared to others, these figures are still startlingly low. Massachusetts legislators have enacted laws to address this disparity, and commissioned a study in the state that will be [...]

20 Massachusetts Weed Businesses in Running for Recreational Licenses

By | April 12th, 2018|featured, Licenses, Massachusetts, News, recreational|

Massachusetts’ Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) agreed to expedite the application process for the 20 Massachusetts weed businesses in running for recreational licenses. Details about the identities of the businesses that received prioritized review status were disclosed Tuesday night in a document available on the CCC website. No conflicts of interest were reported in the spreadsheet. Several of [...]

New England Lawmaker Pushing For Marijuana Sanctuary State

By | March 8th, 2018|legalization, Massachusetts, News, Sanctuary City, Sanctuary State|

Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently announced that federal prosecutors should go for the jugular of marijuana businesses. Ever since then, there has been a push to create “sanctuary” status for legal marijuana states. Alaska and California want to see this reform. And now, one New England lawmaker is pushing for a marijuana sanctuary state. Massachusetts [...]

Marijuana Retail Sales In Massachusetts Closer Than Ever

By | March 7th, 2018|featured, legalization, Massachusetts, News, recreational|

The saga of legal weed in Massachusetts continues dragging on. But this week, after lawmakers agreed on a basic regulatory framework, we’re seeing marijuana retail sales in Massachusetts closer than ever. Approving Weed Regulations Yesterday, the state’s Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) reached what could be a key milestone. After many months of tedious debates and [...]

Legal Marijuana and Restorative Justice

By | February 9th, 2018|Business, California, criminal justice, legalization, Massachusetts|

The post Legal Marijuana and Restorative Justice appeared first on High Times. Restorative justice is an emerging trend in the implementation of marijuana’s legalization.  In other words, how can society make up for the damage caused by prohibition? San Francisco is taking steps to clear convictions for marijuana offenses, utilizing authority provided by the passage [...]

Massachusetts Considers Legalizing Cannabis Clubs

By | December 8th, 2017|cannabis clubs, legalization, Massachusetts, News, social use|

The post Massachusetts Considers Legalizing Cannabis Clubs appeared first on High Times. Hitting the club may soon have a different meaning entirely in the state of Massachusetts. The state, which will begin selling recreational marijuana in July, is toying with the idea of “cannabis clubs” upon legalization. A Cannabis Advisory Board subcommittee recommended the notion [...]