Business is ready to bloom at the In Good Health dispensary in Brockton.
State law requires every county to have a dispensary for medical marijuana, but federal regulations forbid the drug from being transported across U.S. waters.
It is the first place in Massachusetts to buy medical marijuana, even though the ballot referendum was passed back in 2012.
A review published in this week’s Journal of the American Medical Association, looked at dozens of previous studies on marijuana and found very little evidence to support the use of the drug for medicinal purposes.
Gov. Charlie Baker has issued a one-time, temporary waiver aimed at helping the state’s first marijuana dispensary begin selling pot for medicinal purposes.
The Department of Public Health is unveiling changes to the way it issues licenses under the state’s medical marijuana dispensary program.
A man operates an Allston store where he sells marijuana products he believes are legal. Boston police, meanwhile, are looking into the shop’s legality.
State public health officials have given preliminary approval to four more medical marijuana dispensaries, including the first for Boston.
A Newton company has announced that it wants to open a medical marijuana cultivation operation in Webster.
Two people were arrested in Tewksbury after police called the number listed on a marijuana business’ Facebook page.