A former student from both universities have donated 9M USD to his alma maters- 4,5M to each of them- for cannabis research. The donor is the well known cannabis investor Charles R Broderick. Both MIT and Harvard assures that their research will not be affected by this fact.
Contrary to the fear expressed by cannabis prohibitionists, teenagers seem to consume less cannabis in the states that has legalized medical cannabis, a study shows.
According to the decision of a state panel, Massachusetts will try to compensate those who have been disproportionately affected by war on drugs. This would be accomplished by granting them exclusive licenses for home delivery of cannabis for a five year period.
The Chairman of the Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) in the state of Massachusetts, Steven Hoffman, says he thinks there are fundamental differences between alcoholic beverages and cannabis.
Men who occasionally consumes cannabis can actually improve their sperm production, according to a new study from Harvard University.
This week Cannabis Control Commission released data that shows that $23.8 million of cannabis products has been sold since legalization last November.
Massachusetts is getting one step further in the direction of creating social spaces, so called cannabis cafes, for consuming cannabis. This is done in the name of fairness, since not everyone is able to consume cannabis at home, even if it’s legal.