Marijuana enthusiasts plan to roll 100-foot joint in Worcester as part of inaugural ‘Harvest Cup’ –

Massachusetts voters approved in November 2016 a law legalizing adult usage of recreational marijuana. The law#8217;s provisions on possession, use and home-growing by adults over the age of 21 went into effect more than a month later, on Dec. 15.

Under the Massachusetts marijuana law, adults over the age of 21 can possess up to 10 ounces of marijuana inside their residence and up to one ounce outside, though marijuana smoking is still prohibited in the same places as tobacco smoking.

The organizers say on their website they plan to include 1,000 grams of #8220;our own personal trimmings.#8221;

It#8217;s part of the inaugural #8220;Harvest Cup#8221; is happening at the DCU Center on Saturday and Sunday, which is both a competition of sorts, seeking out the best marijuana products, as well as a trade show where vendors will display their wares.

The #8220;Harvest Cup#8221; will host the massive joint-rolling, put together by the lifestyle brand Beantown Greentown, at 4:20 p.m.

Marijuana enthusiasts are celebrating a year of legal Massachusetts pot this weekend in Worcester, with plans that involve rolling a 100-foot joint.

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