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CALL DEVAL: TELL OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS WE WANT ACTION FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA NOW!

CALL DEVAL: TELL OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS WE WANT ACTION FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA NOW!

    The MPAA, Massachusetts Patient Advocacy Alliance, is calling us all to action: We must call the Governor’s office and tell him to fix the caregiver system, launch the patient/caregiver registration system, and begin the process to license more dispensaries. No more politics before patients! Governor Patrick’s Boston Office 617.725.4005 Springfield Office 413.784.1200 Please read […]

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A Direct Action – Rally to Demand the State of MA Put Patients Before Politics

A Direct Action – Rally to Demand the State of MA Put Patients Before Politics

    Direct Action Protest and Rally and the MA Department of Public Health, followed by a Press Conference, and Ending with a Solidarity March through downtown Boston to the MA State House.   Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 11:00am   Nearly two years after citizens overwhelmingly voted to allow patients access to medical cannabis […]

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METRO: “High times at Boston Freedom Rally despite park smoking ban”

METRO: “High times at Boston Freedom Rally despite park smoking ban”

Spirits were high over the weekend at Boston Common, where thousands attended the 25th Annual Boston Freedom Rally, which calls for the legalization of marijuana. In December, the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission voted to ban the smoking of tobacco, marijuana and vaporized substances in its more than 250 parks, squares, cemeteries and beaches – […]

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MASSCANN 2014 BATTLE FOR THE RALLY PRELIMINARY SHOW #2

MASSCANN MUSIC 2014 BATTLE FOR THE RALLY PROMO:

MassCann Music PRESENTS THE 2014 MASSCANN BATTLE FOR THE RALLY ROUND 2 Saturday July 26th at Presidents Rock Club!!! https://www.facebook.com/events/241629576033347 LINEUP JUST ANNOUNCED!! 4 Bands Will Compete in the 2nd round: Whyte Trash Allstars Agree to Disagree Articles of Audio Black Shores PLUS Special guest band Woodland Creatures!!!! COME OUT AND SUPPORT LOCAL ARTISTS & […]

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Hemp Cook Off Fundraiser!

Hemp Cook Off Fundraiser!

June 1 – Hemp Cook Off  Can’t wait to see you all at the first MassCann/NORML Hemp Cook Off Competition! Sponsored by: Northeastern Institute of Cannabis (northeasterninstituteofcannabis.com) The Hempest at Harvard Square (store.hempest.com) Try our sponsor www.HippieButter.com for your ingredients! Big thanks to John Dvorak and the Hemp Curriculum for a great Hemp donation! This is an official Hemp […]

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Monthly Board of Directors Meetings

In general we meet on the last Wednesday (not the fourth Wednesday; the last Wednesday) of most months at: Boston Green Building, 218 Lincoln St., Allston Ma   Meetings usually run from 6:30 to 8:30. Free Parking On MBTA Bus Routes http://mbta.com/ Members and activists welcome to all events! Current officers and board of directors: President […]

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Petitioning 4 Legalization in Cambridge & Somerville

Petitioning 4 Legalization in Cambridge & Somerville

The Drug Policy Forum of Massachusetts, in partnership with MASS CANN/NORML is seeking volunteers to help qualify Public Policy Questions (PPQs) for this year’s election.  Public Policy Questions (PPQs) are non binding initiatives that allow voters to tell their elected officials how they feel about certain issues.  The PPQ’s that we are seeking to qualify […]

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Petitioning for Legalization in Somerville & Cambridge

Petitioning for Legalization in Somerville & Cambridge

The Drug Policy Forum of Massachusetts, in partnership with MASS CANN/NORML is seeking volunteers to help qualify Public Policy Questions (PPQs) for this year’s election.  Public Policy Questions (PPQs) are non binding initiatives that allow voters to tell their elected officials how they feel about certain issues.  The PPQ’s that we are seeking to qualify […]

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Western Mass. Legislators File Marijuana Reform Bills

In the November election, voters in a number of Massachusetts districts sent a message that they’re ready to see dramatic changes in the commonwealth’s marijuana laws. In nine legislative districts around the state (including the 1st Franklin and 3rd Hampshire districts), a majority of voters approved public policy questions calling for marijuana to be taxed […]

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