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Advocates Speak Out Against Pot Bill Proposal
Advocates for greater diversity in the legal cannabis industry are speaking out against a proposal to revamp the state's voter-approved recreational marijuana law.
In a statement Tuesday, the group Equitable Opportunities NOW! said it was "profoundly troubled'' by the House ve…
New Bedford Man Arrested, $6k in Fentanyl Seized
NEW BEDFORD - A New Bedford man is arrested and an estimated $6,000 worth of Fentanyl is taken off the streets.
New Bedford Police carried out a search warrant around 8 a.m. Friday morning at an apartment at 156 Garfield Street. Inside the home, police found 84...
Pot Tax Bill Advances, But Not Without Controversy
A bill that makes major changes to the voter-approved recreational marijuana bill, including higher taxes and more control for local officials over pot shops, has advanced out of a joint legislative committee, although not without controversy...
Massachusetts Dispensary Creates Marijuana-Infused Pizza
QUINCY, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts medical marijuana dispensary has created a culinary delight for patients who don't want to smoke their pot or eat it in the form of sweets.
Quincy-based Ermont Inc. has been selling cannabis-infused pizza for about three weeks to rave reviews...
Councillor Dunn: Current Marijuana Law Ignores Will of Voters
NEW BEDFORD - New Bedford Ward Three City Councillor Hugh Dunn is looking to safeguard his constituents from undesired marijuana shops.
State law currently allows medical marijuana dispensaries, like Beacon Compassion Center under development on Hathaway Road, to transition to full-blown retail …
Townsquare Sunday: Medical Marijuana Dispensary
A plan for a Medical Marijuana Dispensary in New Bedford is moving forward. Beacon Compassion Centers is hoping to build a dispensary off Hathaway Road, and they're planning a public meeting on May 25 to talk about it. Beacon's Steve Angelo and Rina Cametti spoke with WBSM's Jim Phill…
Fairhaven Town Meeting Features Oxford Project, Marijuana Delay
Fairhaven's upcoming Town Meeting warrant looks to be a long one, with 58 articles set to be voted on.
Many of the items featured will look to appropriate funding for a number of smaller projects like the Community Preservation Committee's request for $20,000 for a Board of Public Work's land protect…

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