Keller @ Large: Road To Fully Legal Marijuana Will Be BumpySo you thought when we voted for legal pot last fall that greener pastures were right around the corner? Jon says you'd better think again.
Marijuana Supporters Urge State Panel Not To Revise Recreational Pot LawDifficult issues related to the full roll-out of legal pot, now slated for early summer next year, keep piling up.
Group Asks Lawmakers To Hold Off On Changes To Marijuana LawThe group behind a ballot initiative that legalized recreational marijuana in Massachusetts is now urging state legislators to keep the new law intact.
Westboro Votes To Ban Recreational Pot ShopsResidents voted Tuesday night to ban the sale of recreational marijuana in the town of Westboro, making them the first town in Massachusetts to say no to pot shops.
Pot For Pets: Owners Treat Sick Animals With CannabisMore pet owners are giving their furry companions cannabis-based treatments.
Senators Ask Feds Not To Clamp Down On State Marijuana LawsMassachusetts Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey were among those who signed the Thursday letter.
Springfield Shuts Down Shop Distributing Marijuana 'Gifts'A Massachusetts shop that authorities say was attempting to skirt the state's new recreational marijuana law by charging an entry fee and giving patrons "free" marijuana samples was shut down Wednesday.
Doctors Warn Against Teen Pot Use Amid Looser Marijuana LawsAn influential doctors group is beefing up warnings about marijuana's potential harms for teens amid increasingly lax laws and attitudes on pot use.
Would Massachusetts Fight A Federal Crackdown On Recreational Marijuana?Will Massachusetts, where recreational marijuana is now legal, fight any federal crackdown on the industry after White House spokesman Sean Spicer said they should expect to see stepped-up enforcement of anti-pot laws?
Goodell: NFL 18-Game Schedule, Changes To Marijuana Policy Not ExpectedAlmost in unison, the trio of Eli Manning, Larry Fitzgerald and Greg Olsen -- sharing the stage with Goodell -- offered their opinions in the form of unmistakable dissent. The players had spoken.
Quincy Man Accused Of Running $10,000 A Week Marijuana Delivery ServicePolice busted a marijuana delivery service run from a Quincy man's home that they say was generating $10,000 in business per week.
Students Arrested After Marijuana-Laced Candy Sold At Wrentham SchoolWrentham Police are warning parents after a King Philip Regional High School student allegedly sold candies laced with marijuana.

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