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On June 28, a record 163 members of the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of a bipartisan amendment to prohibit the U.S. Justice Department -- which includes the DEA -- from spending taxpayer money to arrest or prosecute medical marijuana patients in the eleven st...
WASHINGTON D.C. -- A potentially controversial new ad campaign from the Marijuana Policy Project names prominent public officials, including President George W. Bush, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Vice President Al Gore, and Supreme Court Justice Clarence...
A man has escaped jail after mailing pamphlets about legalising cannabis to jury panel members on the eve of his trial for cultivating cannabis.
Damian 'Jr. Gong' Marley sits down with HIGH TIMES to talk about the summer's premier music festival, songwriting and, of course, pot. Plus, checkout amazing Bonnaroo concert shots of Tom Petty, Beck, My Morning Jacket, Radiohead and many more.
BELLINGHAM, Washington (CNN) -- U.S. and Canadian authorities said Thursday they had arrested more than 40 people and broken up six rings that smuggled drugs across the border using planes and helicopters.
My roommate and I came home from a bar one night at around 2 am. Soon after we got home another friend called me saying he was outside my house and he wanted me to drive with him a block away to Dunkin' Donuts. I said ok because I had the munchies and off we went.
Last night, the U.S. House of Representatives again thumbed its nose at compassion and common sense by rejecting the Hinchey-Rohrabacher amendment, which would have prohibited the federal government from undermining state medical marijuana laws. The final vote was 163 for / ...
If you don’t know anything about New Riders of the Purple Sage other than the awards they’ve won — turns out you know them pretty well.