'Entrepreneur's Dream': Cannabis Expo Held In BostonDollar signs are dancing in everyone's head. They point to Colorado where the sale of recreational pot has been legal for nearly four years.
Keller @ Large: State Treasurer Deb Goldberg Talks Marijuana RegulationState Treasurer Deborah Goldberg sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to discuss several of the issues facing Massachusetts--including the Commonwealth's efforts at recreational marijuana regulation.
Milford Voters Reject Marijuana ShopsMilford residents narrowly voted for legal marijuana on the statewide ballot last November, only to find town selectmen now leading the charge to keep it out.
Hempfest Takes Over Boston CommonYou may have noticed something in the air around Boston Common this weekend.
Massachusetts Pot Board Head 'More Confident' About Deadlines After First MeetingA five-member board in charge of regulating marijuana in Massachusetts is getting down to business.
Smoking Marijuana Triples Risk Of High Blood Pressure Death, Study SaysA new study is warning that people who smoke marijuana have three times the risk of dying from high blood pressure than those who don't.
Conflict Of Interest? State DPH Employee Applies To Open Marijuana DispensaryAs the state readies to open more pot shops, one Boston woman looking to open a medical marijuana dispensary has critics calling Massachusetts pot policies hazy at best.
State Launches Campaign Against Marijuana-Impaired DrivingMassachusetts authorities are making new efforts to warn people about the dangers of driving while high on marijuana - and to catch those who do.
Keller @ Large: Picking Apart The New Pot BillJon talks with Sen. Pat Jehlen and Rep. Mark Cusack, the co-chairs of the legislature's Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy, about the new compromise bill on recreational marijuana.
New Hampshire Decriminalizes Small Amounts Of MarijuanaSupporters argued the change would ensure young people's lives aren't ruined by getting caught with marijuana.
Nevada Legal Marijuana Shortage Prompts 'Statement Of Emergency'Less than two weeks after Nevada began allowing recreational marijuana sales, stores are running out of pot to sell, according to the state's Department of Taxation.
Talks To Resume As Lawmakers Seek Pot Bill CompromiseHouse and Senate negotiators on Beacon hill are planning to resume talks they hope will lead to a compromise on a marijuana bill.

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