Northampton, MA - 11/09/2018- ] Jake Moriarty, a Patient Service Associate a.k.a.

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This is Double Dutch Soda medical marijuana at Cultivate in Leicester.

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Gummies containing THC are also sold at NETA.

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THC capsules are also sold at NETA.

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The chocolate chip cookie, pictured here, is one of the edible medical marijuana offerings at Cultivate.

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Jake Moriarty, a Patient Service Associate at NETA, displays a strain of marijuana called “Arcata Trainwreck.”

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Pictured here is “gummie” medical marijuana, also sold at Cultivate.

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Pictured are some of the medical marijuana delivery systems for sale at Cultivate.

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Employees, Nick Jarrin, left, and Kaylee Castell check out a customer buying medical marijuana at Cultivate.

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Jake Moriarty, also called a “budtender” at NETA, displays the cannabis products.

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Some at US Representative Seth Moulton’s town hall-style meeting in Amesbury Monday held signs backing Nancy Pelosi.

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Seth Moulton catches heat for Pelosi rebellion

A backlash to the congressman is brewing both in D.C. and at home.

Central American migrants waited to receive donated dinner in downtown Mexicali, Mexico, on Monday.

Judge bars US from enforcing Trump asylum ban

Judge Jon S. Tigar said the Trump administration may not refuse asylum to migrants at the southern border.

In this Nov. 14, 2018, photo, Ivanka Trump, the daughter of President Donald Trump, center, greets guests after President Donald Trump spoke about prison reform in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and adviser, sent hundreds of e-mails about government business from a personal e-mail account last year. That’s according to the Washington Post, which reports the e-mails were sent to other White House aides, Cabinet officials and her assistants. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Ivanka Trump used personal e-mail for government work, report says

The president’s daughter and adviser sent messages to White House aides, Cabinet members and her assistants.

Two people are dead, one injured in violence in Jamaica Plain

A man and woman died in a shooting and another man was stabbed in the incident at 60 Bickford St. on Monday night.

Suspect leads Norwood police on chase through Walpole, arrested after gunshots

Walpole officials said multiple rounds were fired from the suspect’s vehicle but did not hit police officers.

Law enforcement officials and first responders were at the scene of the shooting Monday.

Four dead, including suspected gunman, after Chicago hospital shooting, police say

A police officer was among those killed Monday at Mercy Hospital.

Police near the aftermath of the Camp Fire this weekend.

Frantic search goes on for missing after California wildfire

The death toll from the Camp Fire stood at 79 Monday, with about 700 people unaccounted for.

Melissa Gaudette, 33, and Edwin Benitez-Figueroa, 36, died Saturday when they were hit by a Christmas-themed train near this spot in Wareham.

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Christmas train’s engineer not facing charges in crash that left 2 dead

The “Train to Christmas Town” was filled with more than 100 first responders and their children when it fatally struck a man and woman Saturday.

Boston Bruins left wing Jake DeBrusk (74) scores past Arizona Coyotes goaltender Darcy Kuemper, top, right wing Michael Grabner, right, and defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson (4) during the first period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Matt Porter

Bruins’ Jake DeBrusk has refocused his attack and it is paying off

After a few goalless spells, DeBrusk has five goals in his last six games.

Boston, MA - 9/07/2018 - (6th inning) Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora (20) said that Dustin Pedroia would not be coming back from his injury this year. The Boston Red Sox host the Houston Astros in Game 1 of a three game series at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Peter Abraham, Topic: 08Red Sox-Astros, LOID:8.4.3074412130.

Red Sox expect Dustin Pedroia to be ready for 2019 season

Dave Dombrowski said the second baseman does not need any more surgery and is continuing rehab work.


For Patriots, bye week came at a good time for healing some wounds

In particular, Rob Gronkowski and Shaq Mason got an extra week to rehab injuries.

// US Treasury to scrutinize all-cash home sales in Boston

Suffolk and Middlesex counties were added to a list of areas where real estate deals are reviewed in an effort to combat money laundering.

FILE - In this May 25, 2018 file photo, Mick Jagger, left, and Keith Richards, of The Rolling Stones, perform during their No Filter tour in London. The Rolling Stones will be rolling through the U.S. next year. The band says it is adding a 13-show leg to its tour in spring 2019, kicking off in Miami on April 20. (Photo by Mark Allan/Invision/AP, File)


The Rolling Stones are coming to Gillette Stadium

The legendary rock band will paint the home of the Patriots black this June.

// Tech’s troubles on Wall Street haven’t hit Boston yet — but they could

No boom lasts forever. When this one ends, Boston’s tech sector could be vulnerable — but less so than in the past.

 This police photo shows the outside of Jane Britton's apartment building near Harvard Square shortly after she was found dead in January 1969.

Middlesex DA's office

DNA testing yields new clues in 49-year-old cold case

The Middlesex District Attorney’s office will announce a major development in the murder of Jane Sanders Britton, a Harvard graduate student bludgeoned to death in 1969.

// 10 dishes that made us thankful in 2018

What better way to celebrate the holiday than remembering some of the best things we ate this past year?

// I’ll save six hours of cooking time on Thanksgiving with a take-out turkey. Is it worth the shame?

A woman considering serving a take-out turkey worries about getting roasted.

// More questionable spending found at Dorchester charter school

According to a report, the Helen Y. Davis Leadership Academy’s former executive director dipped into school funds to pay her mortgage.

Former Massachusetts governors William Weld (left) and Michael Dukakis united again Monday to restate their support for the North-South Rail Link.

Dukakis, Weld urge transportation board to get moving on north-south rail link

Former governors who played critical roles in planning the Big Dig tell the transportation board that it’s time for another big project.

Peter Simon on a farm in Vermont in an undated photo. This image appeared as part of an essay Simon published in the Globe Magazine in July.

Peter Simon, renowned Martha’s Vineyard photographer and brother of Carly Simon, dies at 71

Simon died Sunday of cardiac arrest, according to a family friend.


// Thank you, Seth Moulton, for shaking things up and rubbing people the wrong way

Moulton deserves credit, not damnation, for making Nancy Pelosi press her case to remain House speaker.

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Opinion | Colin Angle, Jay Hooley, Scott Landers, and Jeff Ray

Message from the men: We know the power of women on boards

Massachusetts companies need to step up to more gender diversity.

FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2013, file photo, a person points to a screen with an airplane travel list while holding up a phone at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. International air travel has become remarkably safe in recent years, with deadly accidents like last month's Lion Air crash in Indonesia becoming more rare. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

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Opinion | Maggie Hassan

Making airline travel safe for all

New protections are now in place to make sure passengers are safe and treated with dignity when they travel.


// Break your leaf-blower habit

Why can’t we regulate these two-stroke terrors out of their (and our) misery?

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// Help was a few feet away. Why didn’t they save her?

My wife, Laura Levis, did everything she could to save herself when the asthma attack began. She went to Somerville Hospital and called 911, too. How could she have been left to die just outside the emergency room?


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Aerial photos show devastation from Calif. wildfires

At least 56 people have lost their lives in California’s deadliest wildfire.