Boston Tea Party supporters rallied in Massachusetts to protest the legalization of medicinal marijuana in the state.
The tea party is known for its fervor and passion for politics and is credited with pushing the issue of marijuana legalization through the legislature.
The group started in 2014 with a group of tea party activists who had been arrested at a marijuana rally in Boston.
The following year, tea party leader and former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that if marijuana were legalized in Massachusetts, it would lead to a “revolution” in the country.
Tea party supporters are the ones who started the tea partying movement, and their influence has been growing over the past few years.
They say that marijuana has medical value, which makes them anti-government and anti-establishment.
Tea Party Patriots, a tea party advocacy group, is one of the leading groups in the tea movement.
They have a long history of opposing marijuana legalization and have been instrumental in stopping efforts to pass marijuana legalization in other states.
Tea partiers are more concerned about the issue than they are with what their politics might look like, which explains why they are so enthusiastic about the tea.
Tea Partiers support their cause through their political action committees.
They also rely heavily on small donations.
Tea-party supporters, who have also been known to protest at statehouses, have been critical of other politicians in the past, including President Donald Trump.
A Tea Party member, who wished to remain anonymous, said that Trump’s “progressive agenda” has led to the legalization and decriminalization of marijuana.
They are also opposed to gun control laws.
“The president is not our president, but he is the president, and that’s how he can do anything,” the tea-party member said.
“It’s all about the people.”