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Mass.: Marijuana Odor No Longer Probable Cause

Law enforcement officers in the state of Massachusetts can no longer use the odor of unburnt marijuana as an excuse to search a vehicle. Earlier this week, the Supreme Judicial Court handed down the verdict that pays respect to the state’s decriminalization laws by ...

DEA Threatens Doctors Affiliated With Medical Marijuana

The Drug Enforcement Administration continues to push forward with its underhanded harassment tactics by threatening physicians with the loss of prescription privileges if the do not abandon their medical marijuana affiliations.

Are You Smoking Pot? 'Why, Yes, I Am, Officer'

Slow down Massachusetts -- you can't go hot-boxing your cars just yet! But that's exactly what one man in Springfield, Mass. did this week.   

The Clinic: Boston Mayor Bans Buds Despite MedCan Legalization?

In November 2012, Massachusetts voters passed a statewide medical marijuana law by a wide margin, an achievement that understandably went somewhat under reported nationally on the same historic night that Colorado and Washington state both legalized the herb outright. Unf...

Massachusetts: Home Delivery for Medical Pot

Last month the Massachusetts Department of Health announced the first 20 medical marijuana dispensaries to receive licenses. Now, the head of the state’s medical pot program has announced that all licensed dispensaries are expected to offer home delivery services. ...

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