Politics

BLUNT TRUTH: ‘THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH HAS BLOOD ON ITS HANDS TODAY’

BLUNT TRUTH: ‘THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH HAS BLOOD ON ITS HANDS TODAY’

BLUNT TRUTH: ‘THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH HAS BLOOD ON ITS HANDS TODAY’ Posted on October 14, 2014 by CHRIS FARAONE   Images by Chris Faraone    ADVERTISEMENT   If you’re waiting for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to save you from Ebola, don’t hold your sweat. It’s hard to imagine them springing into […]

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JOIN MassCANN/NORML for our Presentation of “The Culture High” BOSTON PREMIER SCREENING Wednesday, November 5th 6:30PM

JOIN MassCANN/NORML for our Presentation of “The Culture High” BOSTON PREMIER SCREENING Wednesday, November 5th 6:30PM

Join MassCANN/NORML at the Boston premiere of “The Culture High.”​ Wednesday, November 05 6:30PM – 9:00PM at Landmark Kendall Square Cinema “The Culture High“ is the riveting story that tears into the very fibre of the modern day marijuana debate to reveal the truth behind the arguments and motives governing both those who support and […]

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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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LADYBUD MAGAZINE: Niki Smokes Hand Delivers Letter to Gov. Deval Patrick from Medical Cannabis Patients of Massachusetts

LADYBUD MAGAZINE: Niki Smokes Hand Delivers Letter to Gov. Deval Patrick from Medical Cannabis Patients of Massachusetts

Today’s press conference in Boston is not the only way that advocates for medical marijuana and medical cannabis are trying to inspire action among the upper echelon of state politicians. On Friday, September 13th, 2014, Niki Smokes, legally Nicole Snow, approached the Governor of her state after a press conference where he had endorsed another […]

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BLUNT TRUTH: FREEDOM RALLY SMOKE AND VAPE FINES (AND THE PEOPLE WHO LOATHE THEM)

BLUNT TRUTH: FREEDOM RALLY SMOKE AND VAPE FINES (AND THE PEOPLE WHO LOATHE THEM)

BLUNT TRUTH: FREEDOM RALLY SMOKE AND VAPE FINES (AND THE PEOPLE WHO LOATHE THEM) Image by Tak Toyoshima With the 25th Annual Boston Freedom Rally scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday (Sept 13 and 14) on Boston Common, we figured now is a kind time to consult with a couple of rally veterans about the […]

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Ask a politician their position on ending the prohibition on cultivation and commerce in cannabis

Ask a politician their position on ending the prohibition on cultivation and commerce in cannabis

“Everybody knows what politicians want when it comes to marijuana: to change the subject.” Richard M. Evans, Attorney, Northampton, Mass. In This Prohibition Saga, Obama Plays Herbert Hoover MetroWest Daily News, December 4, 2011. In 2012 resolve to not let them change the subject! Whether face to face, by telephone, by e-mail, mail, asking as […]

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Weymouth lawmaker would roll back marijuana decriminalization

State Rep. James Murphy is again pushing legislation to roll back provisions of Question 2, a 3-year-old referendum that made possession of a small amount of marijuana a civil, rather than criminal, offense in Massachusetts. Two bills, which are both scheduled for a hearing on Beacon Hill this afternoon, would re-criminalize possession of less than […]

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Joint Committee on the Judiciary Hearing October 5!

A complete list of bills to be heard is here: http://www.malegislature.gov/Events/EventDetail?eventId=276&eventDataSource=Hearings Committee members Please be vocal!  Thanking those who support S. 818 and opposing the madness. The Good: S00818, By Mr. McGee, petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 818) of Jehlen, Creem, Tolman and other members of the Senate for legislation relative to the arrest […]

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April 29 – One Hundredth Anniversary of first Mass. law interfering with commerce in cannabis

April 29, 2011, marks the one hundredth anniversary of Massachusetts’ first law (see below) interfering with free commerce in Cannabis intended for human consumption. It was the first state law concerning Cannabis in the nation. The 1911 law required a prescription from a physician. Massachusetts’ medical users would benefit from returning to the law of 1911.  It […]

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