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Massachusetts Governor Signs Bill Delaying Opening of Cannabis Retail Outlets

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (R) has signed into law a bill that delays the opening of cannabis retail outlets. On November 8th Massachusetts voters gave approval to Question 4 to legalize cannabis. The initiative allows those 21 and older to possess up to an ounce of cannabis (10 ounces at a private residence) and cultivate …

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Everyone 21+ Can Now Possess, Use And Grow Cannabis In Massachusetts

Portions of Question 4 have officially taken effect in Massachusetts. This means that it is now legal for everyone in the state who is 21 and older to possess and use up to an ounce of cannabis, or up to 10 ounces at a private residence. Those 21+ can also legally grow up to six …

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Massachusetts Voters Legalize Cannabis

Massachusetts Voters Have Legalized Cannabis Through the Passage of Question 4 Voters in Massachusetts have passed Question 4 to legalize cannabis. Massachusetts is now the 5th state in the U.S. to end cannabis prohibition, following Washington, Colorado, Alaska and Oregon. Once Question 4 takes effect, cannabis will be legal for all uses for those 21 …

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Catholic Archdiocese Donates $850,000 to Fight Cannabis Legalization in Massachusetts

The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston have donated $850,000 to the primary campaign opposed to Massachusetts Question 4, which would legalize cannabis for those 21 and older. The donation is a last-minute effort to defeat the popular measure, which is supported by a plurality of voters according to recent polling. The church’s contribution represents a roughly …

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One Week Until These Five States Vote on Legalizing Cannabis

It’s hard to believe, but we are now just one week and two days away from the 2016 election. In addition to a heated presidential race, there are five states voting on the legalization of cannabis for those 21+. Below are these five states, all of which have the opportunity on November 8th to legalize …

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Massachusetts’ Largest Newspaper Endorses Question 4 to Legalize Cannabis

The Boston Globe has officially endorsed Question 4 to legalize recreational cannabis. The Globe is the most circulated newspaper in Massachusetts, and one of the top 15 most circulated papers in the entire United States. “The opponents of Question 4, which would legalize recreational marijuana in Massachusetts, have inadvertently provided the best reason to vote …

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Massachusetts’ Cannabis Legalization Initiative Allows Possession of up to 10 Ounces

There are five states voting to legalize recreational cannabis this November; Nevada, Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts and California. Out of all of these states, Massachusetts’ proposal is the most progressive in terms of its possession limits. The initiatives up for vote in each of the five states (which we detail here) are all quite similar; they …

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10% of Entire United States Voting for Cannabis Legalization this November

In just two and a half months, five states – 10% of the entire U.S. – will be voting to legalize recreational cannabis for everyone 21 and older. An additional four states will be voting for legalizing medical cannabis, making almost 20% of the U.S. voting on some for of cannabis legalization. Having five states …

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Group of 10 State Legislators Endorse Massachusetts Initiative to Legalize Cannabis

This November Massachusetts voters will be given the option of passing Question 4, The Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act, which would allow adults to possess up to 10 ounces of cannabis, cultivate up to six plants for personal use, and would establish a system of state-licensed retail outlets and cultivation centers. Now, not long …

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Massachusetts Cannabis Legalization Initiative Officially Placed on November Ballot

Cannabis Becomes Legal Tonight

By NORML Massachusetts voters will decide this November on a statewide ballot measure to legalize and regulate the adult use and retail sale of cannabis. The Secretary of State’s office has confirmed that initiative proponents, The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, submitted a sufficient number of signatures from registered voters to qualify the measure …

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