Martha’s Vineyard has a pot problem: There isn’t enough, as Massachusetts officials meet concerned residents


By the time this summer ends, tourists, day trippers, and residents living on the island of Martha’s Vineyard may lose access to legal marijuana.

The Bay State’s Cannabis Control Commission, on Thursday, joined the concerned residents of the island during a meeting held in Oak Bluffs — where they discussed the impending closure of the Vineyard’s only marijuana cultivation facility and the potential for the return of questionable black-market products.

Marijuana production, possession, and consumption is legal for adults living on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, just as it’s legal for anyone over the age of 21 standing anywhere else in Massachusetts.

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