High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Pot Breathalyzer Could Distinguish Users From Impaired Drivers

Over the past year, several tech companies have come forward with breathalyzers they claim can gauge marijuana impairment, but only one has argued the ability to distinguish between a regular user and a high driver.

Southern Children Still Suffer Waiting for Legal CBD Oil

Despite evidence that CBD oil can help children who suffer from seizures and other ailments, parents who reside in Southern states that have not come around to medical marijuana reform are finding it frustrating to get help for their kids.

Utah Man Promptly Arrested For Trying To Cessna-In 242 lbs. of Pot For The East Coast

A Utah man faces five to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday to flying 242 pounds of marijuana from northern California, which was intercepted at a small western Pennsylvania airport.

DEA Targets NFL Doctors Who Provide Pills

The DEA is investigating doctors who provide professional football players with dangerous and restricted drugs during practice and before games.

Weed Odor As Probable Cause Should Be Ruled Unconstitutional

One of the most underhanded methods the police use to establish probable cause is claiming to smell marijuana in a vehicle, which according to legal experts should be ruled unconstitutional because the skunk odor associated with cannabis is not exclusive to the plant.

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