Northampton Police will conduct field sobriety tests on anyone they find impaired at Extravaganja.
State lawmakers want to prevent welfare recipients from buying marijuana with their state issued debit cards, once pot shops open next year.
State lawmakers are still working out the final details of the state’s recreational marijuana law.
The House took a step toward barring welfare recipients from using their cash benefits to purchase recreational marijuana.
Now that marijuana is legalized, Northampton Police have prioritized their safety protocol for Saturday’s event
22News was at the State House on Monday where law enforcement officers were asking the state to increase the tax rate on marijuana.
Sheriffs are urging lawmakers to consider increasing taxes on marijuana sales and use that revenue for substance abuse programs.
The 22News I-Team reveals how some people are getting recreational marijuana before retail stores open in Massachusetts.
It’s been five months since marijuana became legal in Massachusetts and the law is still confusing to some residents.
A legislative committee that was created to review the state’s recreational marijuana law will hold their final hearing Monday.
Americans are becoming more accepting of marijuana, especially when it comes to medical uses.
The Planning Board voted in favor of sending the marijuana bylaws to the Town Council for final preparation, so it can be put on the ballot.
The recreational marijuana bill did not clear legislative committees, which could cause the state to lose out on $243-million in revenue.
The nation’s wall against marijuana lasted a generation. Now, it’s showing signs of wear.
Americans think it’s safer to use marijuana than opioids, but they were less comfortable with kids and pregnant women using it medically.
Rhode Island could soon join Massachusetts and Maine as the only New England states to legalize recreational marijuana.
The Southwick Planning Board once again addressed the marijuana moratorium.
For a brief window of time, the TSA website wrongly informed air travelers that it was okay to bring medical marijuana onboard.
Brockton-based medical marijuana dispensary “In Good Health” is helping patients who don’t have dispensaries nearby.
The Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy is considering all of the bills that have been filed.