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Mayoral Candidate Who Once Got High During an Interview Wants to Ban Marijuana

Eighteen years after declaring himself a marijuana aficionado and being photographed smoking a joint in a Dutch newspaper, Bogota mayoral candidate Francisco Santos is seeking a ban on pot.   

Hundreds of Vets Line Up for Free Pot in Show of Protest

Hundreds of veterans lined up in Denver to receive free cannabis products on Saturday as a sign of protest against a recent decision by Colorado's Board of Health. Last month, the board voted against making PTSD a treatable condition for medical marijuana.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: August 3

It was another exciting week in the fight to legalize marijuana in the United States. Perhaps the biggest news to come screaming down from the wire was the signing of a bill by the Governor of Oregon, allowing recreational pot sales to begin yet this year. Other highlight...

Federal Reserve Denies Cannabis Credit Union

Despite hollow gestures by the federal government that suggest they are willing to allow the banking industry to work with companies that in the marijuana industry, a recent application denial of a Colorado credit union by the nation’s centralized ban...

1st Legal Medical Pot Sold in Nevada 15 Years After Approval

Fifteen years after Nevadans voted to legalize it, medical marijuana was sold legally in the state for the first time Friday at a dispensary in a strip mall about 5 miles east of downtown Reno.

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