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Political pressure on the state's marijuana agency to slow down the roll out of recreational pot is growing. [Read More]
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More than a year after Massachusetts voters legalized marijuana, a new political war is breaking out over the drug. Once again, pro-cannabis advocates are pitted... [Read More]
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The comments are the third scolding dished out to the cannabis commission by Governor Charlie Baker's administration in the past week. [Read More]
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As powerful political players pressure marijuana regulators to slow down, activists are striking back. [Read More]
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The governor is skeptical of regulators' plans to create an unusually expansive recreational pot market in Massachusetts. [Read More]
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They say they worry it will invite a federal crackdown. But marijuana activists see the resistance as a move to limit competition. [Read More]
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After more than two hours of heated debate, residents voted down a contentious plan to turn the former Lucent Technologies plant into one of the... [Read More]
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Residents will decide Tuesday whether to welcome one of the world's largest cannabis growing and research facilities. [Read More]
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More than 50 members of Congress want a return to the hands-off cannabis policy of the Obama era. [Read More]
A new bill would ban public employees from helping the feds crack down on state-legal cannabis operations. [Read More]
Captain Gregg Farmer allegedly used the group's funds to pay for lavish vacations and outings to strip clubs. [Read More]
The top federal prosecutor in Massachusetts has refused to say he won't go after licensed dispensaries. [Read More]
NBC Boston's newscasts ranked dead last, while WHDH is having trouble replacing the NBC content it lost. [Read More]
Total Wine sues over minimum-pricing rule after sanctions from Massachusetts regulators. [Read More]
The fighting spirit of taxi drivers has given way to despair as ride-hailing firms consolidate their dominance. [Read More]
They allege Amazon's background check policy is too strict and disproportionately affects black and Latino workers. [Read More]
Jean Lorizio, who helped run Boston's licensing board, will take over the state's alcohol agency. [Read More]
The measure would let smaller breweries end their contracts with wholesalers. [Read More]
Cambridge startup says Massachusetts would be the first state to levy a tax on the vehicles' use. [Read More]
Only freight and emergency vehicles would be permitted to travel more than a mile continuously without a passenger present inside. [Read More]
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