Making Cannabis Edibles

Most of the state’s top officials opposed this week’s ballot question legalizing recreational use of marijuana, just as they opposed medical marijuana in 2012 and decriminalization in 2008. Massachusetts voters approved it anyway, by a comfortable margin, and officials are duty-bound to implement the will of the voters. Those who voted in favor of Question […]

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Jake Heimark is no stranger to cutting edge industry.  The Bay Area native spent two years working in payments on Facebook’s risk management team, a position he characterized as “very fast moving… in a very heavily regulated industry that’s growing very quickly.” Sound familiar? If you ask Heimark, it was an experience that lent itself […]

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Most of the state’s top officials opposed this week’s ballot question legalizing recreational use of marijuana, just as they opposed medical marijuana in 2012 and decriminalization in 2008. Massachusetts voters approved it anyway, by a comfortable margin, and officials are duty-bound to implement the will of the voters. Those who voted in favor of Question […]

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BOSTON — State lawmakers are already thinking about how to change the marijuana legalization law that voters approved Tuesday. “Clearly, there need to be some improvements to the bill,” Senate President Stan Rosenberg, D-Amherst, said Thursday. Despite opposition from many of the state’s top public officials — Gov. Charlie Baker, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, Attorney General […]

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BOSTON (AP) — Voters have approved a ballot measure making Massachusetts the first state in the eastern U.S. to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. A similar question is leading in Maine. The results of those ballot questions — and votes being taken in California, Arizona and Nevada — could represent a key turning point […]

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