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Stories on the legalization of recreational marijuana in Massachusetts
It will be the 19th pot retailer to open in the state, and the second in the immediate Boston area.
After the marijuana legalization movement scored victories in New England, proponents have come up against stumbling blocks in New Hampshire and Vermont.
But, members of the Cannabis Control Commission still think it will be more than a year before the first "cannabis cafe" opens its doors.
The donation from financier Bob Broderick will help fill what's widely seen as an urgent need for solid research on how cannabis affects the brain.
Under the plan, delivery businesses could pick up products from retail marijuana stores and bring them to residential customers.
We speak with the chairman of the Cannabis Control Commission, Steve Hoffman, about how he thinks the rollout of recreational marijuana is going.
The first day of the legal recreational marijuana shop in Greater Boston was a far cry from the hours-long lines witnessed in November.
New England Treatment Access will be the 13th cannabis shop to open to all adults in Massachusetts.
The NETA store will be the first recreational pot shop to open in the immediate Boston area.
Sanctuary in the north-central Massachusetts town of Gardner opened Wednesday.
The former Boston city councilor explains why he wants to open marijuana dispensaries in Mattapan Square and elsewhere.
Dr. Jeff Chen, director of the Cannabis Research Initiative at UCLA, joins us to take a closer look at CBD, which is popping up in products like beverages and cosmetics.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with New Yorker writer and author Malcolm Gladwell about his new article, "Is Marijuana as Safe as We Think?"
The Republican governor's legislation is based on recommendations made by a special sub-group of the Cannabis Control Commission that studied the issue.
No exact parallel to the breathalyzer yet exists for determining if someone is operating a vehicle under the influence of marijuana.
New England Treatment Access, the company that operates a retail marijuana store in Northampton, a medical dispensary in Brookline and a cultivation facility in Franklin, has agreed to a deal...
The seventh and eighth recreational marijuana stores in Massachusetts have been cleared to open as early as Saturday.
The Cannabis Control Commission is now allowing Theory Wellness, currently a medical pot operation, in Great Barrington to start selling recreational marijuana as early as Friday.
A special commission recommends Massachusetts lawmakers take up 19 measures aimed at ensuring road safety in the era of legal recreational marijuana.
Once a dog has been trained to sniff marijuana, it can't be untrained. Here & Now's Robin Young learns more from Garrett Duncan, a police officer and drug-sniffing dog handler...