Sen. Warren: Federal Government Shouldn't Outlaw MarijuanaU.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren says marijuana shouldn't be banned by Washington.
Study: Teens Who Use Marijuana Have Slight Reductions In Cognitive FunctionA new study finds that teens and young adults who frequently smoke marijuana are more likely to have slower cognition.
High Alert: State Warns Drivers To Use Caution On 4/20The state is asking drivers to be on high alert on Friday, as research shows the April 20 date brings an increase in the number of drivers under the influence of marijuana.
Interest In Massachusetts Pot Licenses Appears StrongThere appears to be no shortage of interest in obtaining commercial marijuana licenses in Massachusetts.
Studies Link Legal Marijuana With Fewer Opioid Prescriptions Can legalizing marijuana fight the problem of opioid addiction and fatal overdoses? Two new studies in the debate suggest it may.
Cannabis Convention Held In Boston With Legal Pot Sales Around The CornerMore than 250 exhibitors and 100 experts are descending on Boston this weekend to discuss the country's burgeoning marijuana industry at the New England Cannabis Convention.
Prosecutors Ask Pot Regulators To Hold Off On Cannabis CafesDistrict attorneys asked state marijuana regulators on Friday to hold off on licensing certain types of businesses, including so-called cannabis cafes and home delivery services.
Lawmaker Wants Mass To Become 'Marijuana Sanctuary State'The bill would bar any local or state law enforcement resources from aiding federal prosecutions of marijuana crimes.
Opening Day For Recreational Marijuana Shops May Be Delayed AgainThe state may not be ready for pot shops to open on the widely-advertised July 1 start date.
North Andover Votes Against Massive Marijuana Research FacilityIn the packed gymnasium of North Andover High Tuesday night, the majority of voters decided against recreational marijuana businesses in town.
Top Mass. Prosecutor Says Focus Is On Opioids, Not MarijuanaThe top federal prosecutor for Massachusetts said Wednesday that while he cannot guarantee that people involved in the state's legalized pot industry would be immune from federal prosecution, his priority will be combating the deadly opioid epidemic.
Attorney: 'Feds Would Be Foolish' To Go After Legal Marijuana BusinessFederal law still prohibits any marijuana use and now Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants federal prosecutors, including in Massachusetts, to go after marijuana crimes.