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HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: July 6

It was another eventful week in the world of marijuana legalization across the United States. Perhaps the biggest news was the submission of a sentencing reform bill seeking to no longer make certain drug related crimes a federal offense, as well as Louisiana Governor Bob...

Cannabis Cultivation Decriminalized in Spain?

The new "Citizen Safety Law" that took effect in Spain on July 1 is notoriously draconian, making it illegal to march on public buildings, and imposing prohibitive fines for holding any protest without a permit. The reports also state that cu...

#FreePotPrisoners

How can you show your patriotism this Fourth of July? By helping to #FreePotPrisoners

Miami-Dade County Loosens Pot Laws

Miami-Dade became the first county in the state of Florida to soften the Sunshine State’s harsh marijuana laws on Tuesday after county commissioners voted 10-3 to modify the county code.    

Indiana's First Church of Cannabis Didn't Really Test Any Boundaries

Despite the threats made last week by Indianapolis Police Chief Rick Hite and Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry to raid the inaugural praise and worship service at the First Church of Cannabis, no arrests were made at Wednesday's event, and the overall vibe of the ...

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