Slow-moving Massachusetts a concern for recreational marijuana launch

By Omar Sacirbey Many Massachusetts cannabis advocates are worried that a regulatory agency heavy on members who voted against legalization may try to undermine the state’s nascent recreational marijuana industry. But a far bigger worry, it seems, is that “in Massachusetts, things tend to move really slow.” Those are the words of Kris Krane, managing partner of 4Front Ventures, a Boston-based canna-centric consulting firm. He’s among industry observers who are more worried about Massachusetts’ adult-use rollout being hindered by the state’s timeline and potential manpower issues than the newly appointed Cannabis Control Commission’s politics. “I’m not concerned ... Slow-moving Massachusetts a concern for recreational marijuana launch is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs