Officials: If You Celebrate Pot Holiday, Do So ResponsiblyMassachusetts officials are calling on recreational marijuana users who plan to celebrate "420" to do so responsibly.
I-Team: Post Offices Confiscate Record Number Of Marijuana PackagesRecords obtained by the I-Team show, in 2018, Massachusetts postal inspectors confiscated 434 marijuana packages through the end of November.
I-Team: Recreational Marijuana Sales Raise Safety ConcernsSecurity experts say Massachusetts’ new marijuana shops are like modern-day fortresses, where nothing valuable stays in one place for long.
State Begins Accepting Licenses For Recreational Marijuana DispensariesThe future sale of recreational marijuana in Massachusetts took a big step forward Monday.
How Legal Marijuana Can Affect Your Small BusinessMarijuana laws for medical and recreational use are being relaxed in certain states, presenting a challenge for small business owners.
Lawmakers Find Common Ground On Marijuana TaxHouse and Senate negotiators have announced their compromise on the proposed changes to the voter-approved marijuana law.
Rhode Island Legal Marijuana Proponents Kick Off CampaignThe legalization of recreational marijuana in Massachusetts is causing some Rhode Island lawmakers to try to catch up to their neighbor and possibly race ahead.
Gov. Baker Signs Bill Delaying Opening Of Pot ShopsMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has signed a bill aimed at delaying the opening of marijuana shops by six months.
Could Marijuana Business Mean Billions For Massachusetts?If voters approve the marijuana ballot question in November, Massachusetts would become the first state east of Colorado to legalize pot--and that could mean ka-ching for the Commonwealth.
Marijuana Legalization Proposal Draws Support, Opposition In MassachusettsSupporters and foes of legalizing marijuana are gathering at the Massachusetts Statehouse to discuss a proposal that would allow residents 21 or older to legally possess up to 1 ounce of the drug.
Is Marijuana Addictive?With many states now pushing for the legalization of marijuana, its potential as an addictive substance is hotly debated. Advocates claim that the drug is not addictive, while opponents commonly label it as a gateway drug.