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HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: July 21

There was fear coursing through the veins of marijuana advocates last week, due to possibility that a Republican-led lynch mob would stop Washington D.C. from implementing their new decriminalization law -- this, however, did not happen. After two months of sandbag tactic...

$2 Million Guerilla Grow Found in Texas

We all know that you're not allowed to smoke weed on federal land, even in weed-legal states, but earlier this month an even bigger faux pas was found.

DC Newspaper Will Pay Your Marijuana Fine

A DC newspaper is eager to see how local law enforcement will be dealing with the recent marijuana decrim, so they’ve offered to pay the $25 fine for the first five people they hear from who have received citations.

Denver Edibles Recall

A popular Denver-based brand of marijuana-infused edibles was recalled by the Denver Department of Environmental Health on July 17 because of the “possible contamination from unsanitary equipment” and “use of equipment not intended for food manufacturing...

You Can Now Smoke Weed in DC

Washington, DC has become the latest jurisdiction in the US to do away with criminal pot penalties for minor possession offenses.

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