High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Colombia: Emails Reveal Possible Collaboration Between Drug Trafficking Rivals

Colombia's FARC guerillas may be working under the table with their supposed bitter enemies in the ultra-right paramilitary groups.   

State Lawmakers Send Message to Congress: Leave Marijuana Laws Up to Us

Can you imagine an angry mob of politicians marching up to the steps of Congress, prepared to engage in whatever action is needed to force systematic change to the marijuana laws across the nation? Well, that was the scene at the annual National Conference of State Legisl...

NYPD Caught Using 12-Year-Old COPS Clip to Warn About "Weaponized Marijuana"

Last week during a press briefing at NYPD headquarters, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton warned reporters about the dangers of synthetic weed—showing two disturbing videos to illustrate its effects and referring to it as "weaponized marijuan...

Drug Squad Probe Leads 560 Convictions To Be Overturned

A Philadelphia judge has reversed 158 more narcotics convictions amid a long-running probe of seven narcotics officers, even though the officers were mostly acquitted of corruption charges. Public defender Bradley Bridge says that about 560 convictions have now been rever...

Report: Justice Department Intentionally Bamboozled Congress on Marijuana Amendment

The Department of Justice told Congress last year that the proposed attachment of the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment to a federal spending bill would “limit or possibly eliminate the department’s ability to enforce federal law in recreational marijuana c...



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