High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Police Claim Biggest Pot Raid in Years Wasn't Really About Pot

When helicopters, SWAT teams, and local police descended on California’s Emerald Triangle last week and yanked out nearly 100,000 pot plants, the notable absence of the DEA had some folks scratching their heads. According to sources, the raid was prompted over exces...

Groundbreaking Legislation Would Abolish Federal Sentences for Drug Crimes

A group of national lawmakers are working to eliminate the use of the federal prison system for minor drug offenders, submitting a proposal earlier this week aimed at designating these facilities for serious offenders only.

Louisiana Legalizes Medical Marijuana, Eases Up on Pot Penalties

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who is often considered the poster child for the pot-hating politician, signed two pieces of pot legislation into law on Monday—one that legalizes a statewide medical marijuana program and another that reduces the penalties associate...

Indiana Police Threaten to Makes Arrests at First Church of Cannabis Service

On Monday, the First Church of Cannabis announced on social media that rather than risk legal turbulence, the inaugural service on Wednesday would be held without the use of marijuana.

Oregon: Marijuana Is Officially Legal on Wednesday

As of Wednesday, Oregon residents will be officially allowed to cultivate, posses, and consume recreational marijuana without fear of a shakedown erupting from state and local police departments.



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