Several proposed ballot questions that would allow for the recreational use in marijuana in Massachusetts are being filed with the state attorney general’s office.
Business is ready to bloom at the In Good Health dispensary in Brockton.
A Massachusetts man will serve 28 months in prison after pleading guilty to being on the receiving end of nearly 600 pounds of marijuana destined for Peterborough, New Hampshire.
State Senate President Stan Rosenberg says lawmakers should consider putting a nonbinding question on the 2016 ballot asking voters if they would support legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
Supporters of legalized marijuana are working to put the issue on the ballot for voters to decide in 2016.
Northeastern University researchers are trying to capture the pain relieving powers of pot while eliminating the high.
Authorities seized 36 marijuana plants from an “elaborate growing operation.”
The push to legalize marijuana in Massachusetts took a big step forward recently, as a draft petition was released by the group behind a state ballot initiative.
A Natick-based cannabis career-building school stated ads would run at T stations in Framingham, Downtown Crossing, and on the Red and Orange lines.
A group hoping to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Massachusetts has submitted an initial draft of a proposed ballot question to the state attorney general’s office.