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Pot Billboard Ban, Labor Deals Pitched To Mass. Lawmakers

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Massachusetts cannabis policymakers aired more than a dozen bills Tuesday for public comment, including proposals to combat youth engagement with marijuana promotion by barring billboard pot ads and another eyeing "labor peace" within the Bay State's booming industry. The labor proposal, outlined in separate bills put before the Massachusetts legislature's Joint Committee On Cannabis Policy, would require existing and prospective cannabis cultivators, distributors and dispensaries to sign agreements with a union group not to interfere with its efforts to organize workers at the location. In exchange, the labor group would be barred from picketing outside the establishments, engaging in work stoppages or boycotting the businesses, according to the proposals. "We are living in a time when retail workers are more and more demanding labor protections," said state Rep. Steven Owens, who introduced the bill seeking "to facilitate labor peace among the cannabis workforce." Read more at:


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