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West Virginia Is Getting Its First Legal Cannabis Crop

Cannabis seeds will be sown as early as this week in preparation for West Virginia's first legal cannabis crop—part of an industrial hemp research project at West Virginia University.  

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: May 23

It was a productive week in the fight to legalize marijuana in the United States. Some of the most important news comes from the halls of Congress, where both chambers have finally agreed that veterans deserve hassle free access to medical marijuana. Other highlights i...

NYPD Police Chief Thinks Legal Pot Causes Violence

During a recent radio appearance, NY Police Commissioner Bill Bratton told host John Catsimatidis that marijuana is the reason there has been a surge in violent crime across the five boroughs. “Here in New York,” Bratton expl...

Congress Finally Approves Medical Marijuana for Veterans

Veterans struggling to gain access to medical marijuana caught a major break last week at the hands of Congress.  

Obama Signs Draconian New Drug Law

President Barack Obama on May 16 signed into law the Transnational Drug Trafficking Act—further extending the global reach of US narcotics enforcement. The law criminalizes manufacture of drugs anywhere in the world if the producers "intend, know...

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