High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


HIGH TIMES Interview: Charlo Greene

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Charlo Greene grabbed international headlines last month when she left her job as a reporter for Anchorage’s KTVA with the now famous phrase, “Fuck it – I quit.” Greene decided it was time for her role as a journalist to take a backseat to her role...


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Over-the-Counter Marijuana to be Available in Canada

Ottawa, Canada (AHN) - Health Canada is reportedly planning a pilot program to sell medical marijuana in select pharmacies as of next year. The move makes Canada the second country in the world, after the Netherlands, to sell pot in drugstores.


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Pot Advocate's Appeal Hinges on Immunity, Jury Misconduct

SAN FRANCISCO — Two men walked out of Ed Rosenthal's appeal hearing Tuesday and immediately lit up a marijuana pipe, underscoring the conflict the renowned pot advocate still crusades to resolve.

Brown: 'I Only Need Money for Cannabis and Food'

British rocker IAN BROWN is amazed at how much money other celebrities spend on luxuries, because he's only ever wanted money for food and soft drugs.


Anyone interested in the legalization of marijuana soon discovers that drug policy reform of any kind is a complicated issue. One sure thing, though, is that accurate information remains one of the most persuasive and powerful tools available to reformers. The key to getti...



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'Pot' Patch Price Grows to $14,000

The Romney administration paid a Florida firm nearly $14,000 - far more than it admitted paying early last week - for uniform patches for state workers, thousands of which were botched and couldn't be worn.

Cannabis Against Cancer

While there is still no real cure for cancer, every day researchers move a step closer to finding that cure. Twenty-five-year old Natalya Kogan, a Ph.D. candidate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, working under the supervision of Prof. Raphael Meshulam, recently proved ...

Pot Icon Tommy Chong Makes Movie of His Imprisonment

TORONTO (Reuters) - Comedian Tommy Chong has spent almost three decades wringing laughs from cigar-sized joints and smoke-filled vans but now a nine-month jail term has turned him serious and revitalized his flagging career.



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