In the face of 18 deaths and 1,080 vape-related illnesses around the country, Governor Charlie Baker has ordered a four-month ban on the sale of all vape products, including those that contain tobacco and marijuana, in Massachusetts.
“So I’m here to show up for all of the people who can’t be here today who are affected by climate change, and I am here to show that our politicians need to stand up for us and our generation,” said Anjali Mitra, a senior at Brookline High School.
City of Boston employees and their immediate family members will be prohibited from participating in the city’s cannabis industry. Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, BC ’09, filed the executive ordinance on Friday that bars employees from seeking approval for a marijuana business from the City or any of its committees.
A Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court justice ruled to vacate the charges against a man arrested…