I thought the Boston Globe got it just right in its recent endorsement of Question 4: The question may not be perfectly framed, but the answer is definitely yes.
There is a public meeting relative to the Mount Auburn Street Corridor Study, that will be held Monday, November 14, 6- 8 p.m.: The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) invites you to attend the second public meeting relative to the Mount Auburn Street Corridor Study, to be held on Monday, November 14, from 6-8 p.m. […]
I support the legalization of marijuana. The following summarizes why: The criminalization of marijuana has resulted in vastly unequal treatment between the white community and communities of color. The “crime” of marijuana possession has resulted in far too many people being involved in the criminal justice system, which has a long-term detrimental effect on person’s […]
When will our local governments and legislators finally take on the MBTA and its shoddy operation? Setting aside the attention-grabbing incident of the Orange Line last night, the day-to-day delays are making it impossible to rely on mass transit. I have run into 30-45 minute delay of service delays three times this week – and […]
Here is a letter 3 of us composed for our community. It was suggested we share it with people outside our community Mark Friedman M.D. As two pediatricians and a public health official with long commitments over many years to the health of children we encourage a no vote on ballot question 4. This […]
Marijuana should be regulated like alcohol. It is dishonest to regulate one and not the other. It is not the evil weed. Some people will try it. Most will probably not like it. Lets start taking narco businesses apart and getting our young people back.