As surrounding New England states legalize recreational marijuana, Connecticut lawmakers have been under pressure to explore legalization.
Much to the delight of many across America, the New England Patriots lost the Super Bowl Sunday.
It was unusually hot last Sunday at Gillette Stadium, and concessions at the Patriots game expected more sales of bottled water and drinks than usual.
Cannabis enthusiasts in New England rejoice: There will be no more jail time for small amounts of marijuana in New Hampshire.
The Atlanta Falcons should win the Super Bowl. That is not a statement made in prognostication, but in best possible outcome.
Legislative forces across many of the New England states are making it a priority to deal with drug-related issues in the 2017 session. Some of these folks are trying to solve the area’s opioid problem, while others are simply pushing for marijuana reform. But are the two connected?
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