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Massachusetts Senator Shows He Is Clueless About Marijuana During Colorado Visit

When one considers the issue of marijuana reform being put into the hands of state lawmakers, some of which apparently do not understand the first thing about weed, it makes complete sense why after nearly two decades of legalization here in the Land of the Free, not a si...

Massachusetts Senate Panel on Legal Pot to Visit Colorado

Members of a Massachusetts Senate panel plan to visit Colorado next week to learn more about that state's experience with the legalized use of recreational marijuana.

Radical Rant: How the Next 5 Legal Marijuana States Differ From the Current 4 Legal States for Consumers

Next year promises to be a banner one for marijuana legalization, with legitimate attempts to legalize via ballot initiative proposed in five states - California, Arizona, Nevada, Massachusetts, and Maine. More states may also legalize by initiative (Ohio), through t...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: December 7

Cannabis activists keep plugging away at the system in an effort to legalize the leaf in more parts of the United States. In Florida, while United for Care works to actually legalize a full-scale medical marijuana program, lawmakers continue to pussy foot around with vari...

Massachusetts Will Likely Vote on Legal Weed in 2016

It is almost inevitable that Massachusetts will be forced to answer to the issue of marijuana legalization within the next year.

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