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2011-2012 Officers and Board of Directors

Officers President, Michael Crawford (Cambridge) Treasurer, Steven Epstein (Georgetown) Clerk, Nichole Snow (Lynn) Directors in order of votes received from the 55 members who attended and voted! William Downing (Reading) Darya Pechkouskaya (Weymouth) Sara Arnold (Burlington) Cara Crab-Burnham (Jamaica Plain) Micaela McGuane (Somerville) David Conley (Watertown) John Madfis (Auburndale) Chris Foye (Quincy) Valerie Malta (Tewksbury) Glenn […]

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UPDATE: ENDED MARCH 10, 2011 MassCann/NORML, Sponsor of the annual Boston Freedom Rally announces THE 2011 FREEDOM RALLY GRAPHIC DESIGN CONTEST! Winning design will be featured in HIGH TIMES magazine and other event promotional materials, including Rally T-shirt. The designer will receive a one-year membership in MassCann/NORML (as of 4/20/11), a 2011 Freedom Rally T-shirt featuring […]

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Public Policy Questions Win In All Eighteen Districts

(Click here for information on where candidates may stand (updated 10/26). Please use these results to write your state representaive and senator and demand he/she support reform! Legalization Question I: Shall the state representative/senator from this district be instructed to vote in favor of legislation that would allow the state to regulate the taxation, cultivation, […]

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The two approved questions It was the meetings decision that the Speaker of the House Deleo be a target of the Medical Question. If you live in WINTHROP, or you are a Revere resident he represents please volunteer to collect signatures. Other legislators targeted for the Medical Question: Jeffrey Sánchez, 15th Suffolk Eugene O’Flaherty, 2nd Suffolk Stephen Stat […]

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: Board of Directors resolution in support of Question 2

Mass Cann/NORML’s Board of Directors resolution in support of Question 2, An Act Establishing A Sensible State Marihuana Policy When Massachusetts enacted its first law prohibiting marijuana possession without a prescription in 1911, a miniscule minority of Bay Staters used it except in medicine. Now you can’t get a prescription, but the Federal Government estimates […]

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