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Medical marijuana pioneer Steve Kubby, who was forced to return to the U.S. from Canada earlier this year, has been freed from jail after serving a third of his four-month sentence for drug possession, officials said.
The rumors began circulating on Canadian marijuana-oriented web sites a month ago when people reported that the web sites related to what was arguably Canada's largest seed seller -- nobody really knows -- Montreal-based Heaven's Stairway suddenly went down. (The sites inclu...
Gary Davey smokes marijuana and credits the drug with relieving pain from injuries he received in a head-on collision that shattered most of his bones from the waist down and confined him to a wheelchair in 1989.
WASHINGTON - With the Senate voting Thursday to renew the USA Patriot Act, the measure moves to the House, which is expected to pass the legislation next week.
DARTMOUTH -- In arguing their sides of the debate on legalizing marijuana, two experts weren’t exactly blowing smoke.
(CBS) A Canadian who calls himself the "Prince of Pot" could wind up in a U.S. jail for life for selling marijuana seeds, but says he would be "blessed" because such a plight could help legalize the drug.
CLAIMS that cannabis use leads to harder drugs were yesterday dismissed as nonsense.
Myspace.com, it is a popular and sometimes dangerous website among teens and now there has been an arrest because of the site.
An Internet company that sold marijuana seeds has gone over like a lead zeppelin with the RCMP.
With great sadness, HIGH TIMES must report that the Overgrow website has disappeared from the internet indefinitely, amid an investigation by Canadian law enforcement that led to the arrest of seven people, including Richard Hratch Baghdadlian, Overgrow’s owner/oper...