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09.05.14 Rhett Jones

As more and more states decriminalize and legalize weed, the Northeastern Institute of Cannabis (NIC) in Natick, Massachusetts is trying to get in that other increasingly profitable field — education. School founder Mickey Martin has experience in what not to do, having pleaded guilty to conspiracy seven years ago after his edibles company in California was shut down. Martin […]

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02.25.13 Samer Kalaf

When we last left Lil Poopy, he was being rapper who starred in music videos while being nine years old. Now, it seems that Lil Poopy’s dealing with his first run-in with the cops, but it’s not even his fault. Police are investigating the welfare of Lil Poopy, after someone in charge of child welfare […]

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11.14.12 Andy Cush

Pro-pot lobbyists at the Marijuana Policy Project announced today that legislators from Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont plan to introduce legislation that would legalize recreational weed use in their states. Representatives Edith Ajello (D-RI), and Diane Russell (D-ME) will announce their plans to introduce bills on a teleconference tomorrow, and unnamed lawmakers in Massachusetts and […]

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06.29.11 Bucky Turco

A bill that would legalize the use of weed for medicinal purposes is being considered in Massachusetts and if it passes, would make it the 17th state in the country to do so. […]

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04.19.11 Bucky Turco

The highest court in Massachusetts ruled that officers can no longer order someone out of their car and perform a warrantless search merely because it reeks of smoked weed. Chief Justice Roderick Ireland cited the ballot passed by voters in ’08 and wrote: “Ferreting out decriminalized conduct with the same fervor associated with the pursuit […]

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11.30.10 Lauri Apple

News that alcoholic whipped cream is catching on in Boston has garnered the substance about one million blog posts and twice as many Four Loko comparisons. But “whipahol” has been a big thing in Kansas since the late summer, replacing meth as the state’s most popular drug.  Take that, East Coast tastemaker-jerks! […]

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05.13.10 Bucky Turco

Soon, smokers (and regular consumers) in Massachusetts will be subjected to gross, prominently displayed anti-smoking posters in places that sell cigarettes, just like in NYC, which is where politicians say they got the idea. […]

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