Bulletin | Discontinuation of COVID-19 Agent Reporting | May 24, 2023 – Cannabis Control Commission Massachusetts

COVID -19 reporting and the COVID-19 Inspection Questionnaire will no longer be required effective May 18, 2023. — Read on masscannabiscontrol.com/2023/05/discontinuation-of-covid-19-reporting/

Cannabis company fined for worker death in Holyoke is closing up shop in Massachusetts – The Boston Globe

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. announced it will close its Massachusetts dispensaries in Northampton, Framingham, and Worcester by June 30 and will also cease operations at its cultivation site in Holyoke by the end of the year. — Read on http://www.bostonglobe.com/2023/06/01/metro/cannabis-company-fined-worker-death-holyoke-is-closing-up-shop-massachusetts/

WWLP | Regulators Agree to New Approach on Cannabis Cafes – Cannabis Control Commission Massachusetts

Marijuana regulators voted Monday to scrap years-old plans that called for rolling out cannabis cafes and other social consumption sites with a 12-municipality pilot program, a step that one official said could bring that voter-approved segment of the industry online “a little quicker.” — Read on masscannabiscontrol.com/2023/05/regulators-agree-to-new-approach-on-cannabis-cafes/

Consumers and Patients Can Now Purchase Cannabis Seeds in Massachusetts – Cannabis Control Commission Massachusetts

Consumers and Patients Can Now Purchase Cannabis Seeds in Massachusetts — Read on masscannabiscontrol.com/2023/05/consumers-and-patients-can-now-purchase-cannabis-seeds-in-massachusetts/

New hope for bill to ban size discrimination, after three decades of trying – The Boston Globe

Massachusetts residents could demand better treatment in medical settings, the workplace, and recreational areas under a bill before the state Legislature that would ban discrimination based on weight or height — a proposal that may have fresh momentum after a similar measure passed the New York City Council this month. — Read on http://www.bostonglobe.com/2023/05/20/metro/new-hope-bill-ban-size-discrimination-after-three-decades-trying/

Owners of Cambridge pub the Druid launch a tiny version on wheels

Regulars at the Druid in Inman Square know it can be hard to get a seat there on weekends. But what if you could rent the place out? The Wandering Druid, a tiny version of the pub on wheels, can seat 14 people and has all the charm of the original. — Read on http://www.bostonglobe.com/2023/04/26/metro/the-druid-in-cambridge-transformed-into-tiny-pub-on-wheels/