Stories about the launch of medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts.
Although medical marijuana has been legal in Massachusetts for six years, most doctors aren’t able to guide cancer patients navigating the system and using it for their symptoms.
According to legal documents, Cristina Barbuto, who suffers from Crohn's disease, lost her job because of a positive drug test for pot.
The NFL shouldn't punish its players for seeking non-opioid alternatives -- like marijuana -- to manage their pain, writes the mother of a son with Crohn's disease whose condition has...
Another proposal regulators are debating is whether to lift a ban on the public posting of prices at dispensaries.
Nearly four years after medical marijuana was approved by Massachusetts voters, the first Boston dispensary opens Wednesday.
Health and law enforcement officials are concerned that the dispensary's close proximity to Boston could draw crowds larger than they hope to deal with.
The state's first dispensary opened in Salem in June. There are now four dispensaries up and running in Massachusetts.
Patients purchased 1,676 ounces of medical marijuana in September, as the state's second dispensary opened. That's a big jump from the 1,488 ounces sold in the slightly more than two...
Inside a 13,000-square-foot warehouse, more than a thousand pot plants grow at one of the state's first legal pot farms.
We visit Salem, where the state's first medical marijuana dispensary opened Wednesday.
The waiver allows a dispensary in Salem to open, but for limited sales.
The state's first medical marijuana dispensary is expected to open this month. But it may not have any actual dried marijuana for sale. The main problem: lead.
Dispensaries will now be licensed in a process similar to that used for pharmacies.
There does not appear to be any real movement to align recommended medical use with a name.
As Massachusetts prepares to open its first dispensary, possibly in April, this is a glimpse into the future.
Assuming a three-month growing cycle, the storefront in Salem could begin selling marijuana in April. However, the plants must first undergo a series of safety tests, and the state will...
As the marijuana industry takes shape in Massachusetts, it will need a trained workforce. In Natick, the Northeastern Institute of Cannabis is offering classes.
The four dispensaries in Boston, Taunton, Greenfield and Fairhaven fill counties that did not previously have any medical marijuana dispensaries in the works.
The mystery author Patricia Cornwell funds $500,000 in medical marijuana research at McLean Hospital.
A Boston University ethicist says federal authorities go too far when they treat Massachusetts doctors who prescribe medical marijuana as if they were drug dealers.