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Kentucky Could Legalize Medical Marijuana in 2016 With Help From Ex-Congressman

Although Kentucky has struggled for the past several years to get any attention from the General Assembly on the issue of medical marijuana, the cause will have stronger reinforcement in 2016.

Obama Thrusts Gun Control Debate into Forefront of 2016 Race

President Barack Obama is making good on his pledge to politicize gun violence. The package of gun-control executive actions Obama will formally announce Tuesday has pushed the contentious issue to the forefront of the 2016 presidential campaign, just weeks from the Feb. ...

Cannabis Industry Working to Become More Energy Efficient

Although there is a great deal of concern surrounding the massive energy consumption of pot farms across the United States, the totality of the cannabis industry is working on methods to reduce the carbon footprint associated with the business of growing weed. 

Saudi Executions for 2015 Set 20-Year Record

Just 24 hours into 2016, Saudi Arabia made world headlines with the execution of a dissident Shi'ite cleric—sparking violent protests in Iran and a breaking off of diplomatic relations. But this latest tragedy was just the latest during a very busy year for...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: January 4

Despite the downtime of the holiday season, cannabis activists have not stopped working to legalize the leaf in more parts of the United States. Some of the biggest news of the week comes from the eastern part of the nation, where lawmakers in Vermont have submitted a mea...

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