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Diddy's deal, Maine says joints are tobacco, Boston drops impact fees, Marijuana wins at RI election


Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs purchases cannabis business in Massachusetts as part of a multi-state deal, Maine officials say that joints, rolling papers, and pipes are considered tobacco products, the City of Boston has decided to drop their impact fee and return money to cannabis businesses, Most Rhode Island cities and towns supported cannabis at the ballot on Election Day, and we review the Runtz flower from INSA. All this and much more on today’s episode of New England Cannabis News Today.

0:00 Intro
0:12 Diddy purchases 3 dispensaries in Massachusetts
1:12 Only six Rhode Island communities ban cannabis at the ballot box
1:50 INSA Runtz flower review
2:15 www.cbdplease.com
2:44 Maine guidance calls joints a tobacco product
3:46 Somerville’s first cannabis dispensary will open this month
4:36 Vermont informs hemp operators of changes coming in 2023
5:49 Boston drops impact fees and pledges to return the money
6:36 Sign-off

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