Naomi Martin

Naomi Martin covers the politics, business and societal impact of marijuana legalization. A Massachusetts native, Martin joined the Globe in 2018 from The Dallas Morning News, where she was part of a team named a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the July 7 murders of five police officers.

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Cannabis convention coming to Boston on Friday

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NECANN says it’s the largest and longest-running cannabis industry event on the East Coast since it started in 2015.

Windfall, they said. Why Massachusetts marijuana taxes are disappointing so far

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Three months in to recreational pot sales, Massachusetts’ marijuana stores had sold less per resident than those in Nevada, Colorado, and California, according to a Globe analysis.

Baker pushes bill to combat marijuana-impaired driving

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Governor Charlie Baker on Thursday urged lawmakers to pass his bill aimed at cracking down on stoned drivers as more recreational marijuana stores open around the state.

Marijuana advocates press commission for pot cafes, help for medical patients

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Dozens of advocates, business people, and medical patients testified Wednesday during a “listening session” organized by the state Cannabis Control Commission.