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Editorial: Kids can’t tell candy from edibles – that’s a problem

MRBEditorial: Kids can't tell candy from edibles - that's a problem

If there’s one thing the Massachusetts State Legislature loves to do, it’s legalize ways for people to get high.

In 2016 it greenlighted marijuana, and earlier this year lawmakers in the House and Senate filed legislation that would give the nod to certain psychedelic plants and fungi. What’s next after “magic mushrooms – LSD?

While the legal cannabis industry in Massachusetts is an economic success story in general, with dispensaries producing billions in revenue for the state, the unintended consequences are nothing short of horrifying.

Read the rest of this story on BostonHerald.com.

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