High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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No Pardon for Missouri Pot Prisoner Serving Life

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon declined to pardon high-profile pot prisoner Jeff Mizanskey while freeing nine other nonviolent offenders late last month.

Denver US Cannabis Cup Tickets On Sale Now!

The U.S. Cannabis Cup in Denver is back and it's bigger than ever—with THREE DAYS of 700+ vendors, three levels of VIP experiences and travel experiences provided by CID Entertainment, world-class musical entertainment, our heralded awards show and the biggest 4...

Texas Cop Arrested For Stealing Couple's Pot

A San Antonio police officer is accused of stealing marijuana, thousands of dollars and a rifle from a couple during a disturbance call.

Florida Org. Continues Fight to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Arising from the ashes of defeat in the 2014 election, a Florida cannabis coalition has emerged with a brand-new initiative aimed at legalizing medical marijuana in 2016. A report from The Miami Herald indicates that pot proponents filed a slightly amended propo...

Colorado Asks Feds Permission to Grow Weed on College Campuses

Obtaining permission from the United States government to research the potential health benefits of marijuana has proven to be a daunting task throughout the years. Even in states where weed is now legal, the DEA’s Schedule I classification of the herb prevents many...

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