The Newest Marijuana Law In Massachusetts Is Similar To That In D.c., With Adults Over 21 Outside The Home Only Able To Possess Up To One Ounce Of Marijuana.

Currently, he said, the company is trying to scale up juice production by working with an outside producer. As for the marijuana, Umeh said it is sourced locally. Following the 2014 passage of Initiative 71 in Washington, D.C., HighSpeed took advantage of Washington’s marijuana regulatory laws. Currently, it is legal to possess up to two ounces of cannabis in the district. It is also legal for one person to transfer up to an ounce of cannabis to another person, “as long as no money, goods or services are exchanged.” Over the last marijuana year and a half, a handful of marijuana delivery companies have popped up in Washington, offering everything from art, to cookies, T-shirts and drawstring backpacks. The newest marijuana law in Massachusetts is similar to that in D.C., with adults over 21 outside the home only able to possess up to one ounce of marijuana. Inside the home, adults over 21 may possess up to 10 ounces of pot and cultivate up to six marijuana plants for personal use or 12 if more than one adult lives on the premises. Its also legal for one adult to give away up to an ounce of marijuana to another adult, but not for money. Expensive juice Visit HighSpeeds website and youll find an assortment of juices, including Berry Farms, strawberry lemonade and ginger lemonade to choose from. From there a few options pop up, click “Love on Demand” and youll be whisked away to a delivery menu for delivery within the hour at a cost of $70.

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