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Feds Won't Challenge Pot Legalization

Late last week the Justice Department said that it will not challenge state laws that legalize marijuana, focusing instead on serious trafficking cases.

Danny Danko Talks Pot's Potential on CNBC

On today's episode of 'Squawk on the Street' on CNBC, HIGH TIMES senior cultivation editor Danny Danko spoke to the hosts about yesterday's announcement that the federal government will respect states' rights in relation to recreational and medical can...

Justice Dept Updates Official Federal Pot Enforcement Policy

The Justice Department has updated its official policy on federal marijuana enforcement. The announcement comes nine months after cannabis legalization initiatives passed in Colorado and Washington State last November. The marijuana community celebrated the legalization m...

Allegations of Pot and Mental Illness Return, but the Science Behind the Scare Still Questionable

Does smoking pot make people crazy, or do lots of crazy people smoke pot? That’s the question raised by the findings of a just-published study sponsored by the Canadian Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

CDC Announces Drug Overdoses the Number One Cause of Death in the U.S. in 2010

While our federal government and most state governments continue to fight the use of cannabis for medical and recreational uses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that overdoses on drugs not called cannabis accounted for 38,329 deaths in 2010,...

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