Wiz Khalifa has us HIGHLY anticipating his fifth studio album, Blacc Hollywood, dropping this August 19. Khalifa tells HIGH TIMES that the single "KK" is named for his own super strong strain, Khalifa Kush, and shares how&...
Indoor Marijuana Farming Becoming More Widespread
Three Atlanta police officers, whose no-knock drug raid resulted in the death of a 92-year-old woman last November, were indicted today on multiple charges, including felony murder.
Las Vegas, Nevada tends to be thought of as a place where anything goes; or, at least, a place with a history of keeping moral sentiment separate from economic opportunism. Gambling is legal and prevalent. So is prostitution. In November of 2006 Nevada voters narrowly defeat...
Rise in medical emergencies from what government expert calls 'Pot 2.0'
Millions of Blackberry users in the US were left without their favorite drug from 8pm EST Tuesday to 6am EST Wednesday last week, when technical problems at service provider Research In Motion cut off wireless e-mail access.
On Sept. 18, 2006, Louisiana state troopers boarded Willie Nelson's tour bus and arrested the legendary country singer, his sister Bobbie, road manager Dave Anderson and two drivers for possessing a total of 1.5 pounds of pot and three ounces of magic mushroom. Not nice.
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New Poll: Americans Overwhelmingly Support FDA Regulation of Tobacco Products; Voters Across Country and Across Party Lines Want Congress to Take Action
WASHINGTON, April 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new national poll of registered voters finds that 77 percent of American voters support Congress passing a bill to give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) the authority to regulate tobacco products. The poll was cond...
Belgium and Germany need to open their own 'coffee-shops' and regulate the sale of cannabis drugs so that fewer 'drugs-tourists' will be forced to cross the border to the Netherlands, the Mayor of the Dutch city of Maastricht says.
By Bobby Black