The humanity!!! The city is full of college students. What did you expect? Oh, I guess you expected this. Well, times change.
It is interesting to note that the last election went for Trump, but was also very pro-pot.
The smell of marijuana is everywhere now, if you ask Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, who opposed the legalization of the controversial substance.
Massachusetts voters approved a ballot question legalizing marijuana for recreational use in November 2016. A new state agency, the Cannabis Control Commission, is pulling together regulations as retail pot shops are set to open in July 2018.
Smoking marijuana in public remains illegal, and marijuana is still illegal at the federal level.
“I can tell you everywhere I go, all I smell is pot now, I hate to say it,” Evans said during an appearance on WGBH’s “Boston Public Radio” show.
“I’m serious, I’m serious,” Evans said after the hosts chuckled.