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Towns Mount Opposition To Marijuana Dispensaries

Other States Provide Roadmap To Real Estate Development Benefits


Massachusetts is not the first and will likely not be the last state to legalize medical marijuana. The commonwealth is following in the footsteps of California, which legalized medical marijuana in 1996, and Colorado, which followed suit in 2000. The recently passed law is set to go into effect tomorrow here in the Bay State, but it has been a subject of debate for several years, especially since the 2008 decriminalization of marijuana, which reportedly has saved the state millions in law enforcement each year.

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