Massachusetts marijuana law: What you need to know

legalize potEffective today, recreational marijuana is legal in Massachusetts — but it is not readily available.  The law allows adults to have limited quantities of marijuana for recreational purposes and grow pot plants in their homes, but for the moment it’s still illegal to sell marijuana in Massachusetts — except to registered medical marijuana patients.

The State has one year to figure out how to license and regulate the sale of marijuana so until January 2017 it looks like Massachusetts could become one of the leaders in homegrown marijuana.

For more information, check out WBUR’s The Legal Do’s and Don’ts to Know.

One response to “Massachusetts marijuana law: What you need to know

  1. Whilst I do not smoke it, good. I also do not drink. But glad folks who like to partake can do said. This comes from a guy who worked at Playland – I do miss the 80’s and 90’s.

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