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Walsh Names Five To Boston Marijuana Board
Marijuana Businesses Are Playing The Waiting Game In The State’s Budding Industry
Steve Hoffman: Cannabis Control Commission Is Seeking Help From Beacon Hill To Make Marijuana Industry More Equitable
Walsh Says Federal Ruling Won’t Change Boston’s ICE Cooperation Policies
Bay State Banner
Hub votes cleave along race and class lines
Dorchester man pushes ballers to be scholars
In the news: Ceferina Murrell
College students march on State House | The “Fund our Future” campaign aims to ensure a debt-free future for students and families
‘Differently abled’ and very funny
Black votes matter for Joe Biden
Parking tickets, accessibility vetted at City Council meeting Councilor Julia Mejia proposed a hearing order regarding cutting parking ticket costs for low-income families
Boston Globe
SJC ruling is a win for development industry State’s highest court rules that plaintis need to prove harm to appeal land-use decisions
Dorchester home filled from years of hoarding goes up in flames
Mass. House approves $18 billion in transportation outlays
What took so long to get a pot shop in Boston? Walsh doesn’t ‘think it took long’
From police stops to marijuana executives: The long journey for owners of Boston’s first pot shop
Boston’s first pot shop is set to open Monday
Meet the new Boston Cannabis Board | Mayor Walsh appoints five officials to oversee marijuana licensing
Problak paints the Boston we often don’t see
Level the playing field in the marijuana industry | Beacon Hill must act fast to fund social-equity loans and crack down on host community agreements.
Applications open for ‘jail-to-jobs’ marijuana pilot program at Roxbury Community College
Cannabis-infused soda has now arrived in Massachusetts
As audit looms, Boston schools brace for more bad news
My dark-skinned son, my light-skinned daughter
Commonwealth Magazine
Boston officials unveil new student privacy policy
The net zero imperative for Suffolk Downs
Farm food benefits program revived | $2m appropriated for winter farmers markets
Daily Download
Arroyo: Racism is public health crisis in Boston
Should state finance marijuana businesses?
Bill that calls for no-interest loans for Mass. marijuana social equity and economic empowerment applicants reported favorably by committee
Could a Boston school police record end up in the hands of immigration agents? Drafted policy leaves unanswered questions
Dorchester Reporter
Comment: Charitable tax deductions will hurt the Commonwealth’s bottom line
Grove Hall dispensary given green light by CCC, will open Monday
Cannabis testing lab wins support from Columbia-Savin Hill Civic
An ‘Innocent’ Idea Takes Off: Nonprofit celebrates the legacy of history’s black composers
New Boston Ventures director named as Walsh’s chief of staff
The Guardian
Virginia becomes first southern US state to ban hair discrimination
NYTimes.com
A $60 Billion Housing Grab by Wall Street | Hundreds of thousands of single-family homes are now in the hands of giant companies — squeezing renters for revenue and putting the American dream even further out of reach.
Claudia Rankine Looks at White Privilege From 35,000 Feet
StreetsBlog Mass
City Pitches Major Transit-Focused Redesign For Blue Hill Ave.
City Proposes Road Diet, Protected Bike Lanes On Cummins Highway in Mattapan
‘Safest Driver’ Data Reveal Where Boston’s Most Dangerous Driving Is
City Data Show Almost All Of Boston’s New Housing Is Being Built For Car Owners
Union of Concerned Scientists
EFSB Decision Gives Green Light to Eversource Substation Proposal that Lacks Evidence of Need, Puts Environmental Justice Community at Risk