High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Oregon Bans MedMJ Patients as Day Care Providers

The Early Learning Council for the State of Oregon has unanimously passed a temporary rule banning owners and operators of day care facilities from holding medical marijuana registry cards, a status they must now report on their day care license applications.

Seattle: First Cannabis Billboards Go Up

In an attempt to capture their fair share of Washington State’s newfound recreational marijuana market, a Seattle-based cannabis company has launched the first billboard advertising campaign to ever emerge in America dedicated to promoting recreational pot products....

First-Ever Marijuana Edible Safety Course Offered

In response to concerns over the safety of marijuana edibles, the National Cannabis Industry Association, an education and advocacy group for the legal pot market, announced earlier this week plans to launch a food safety training program for pot professionals who earn a ...

Seattle City Attorney: Don’t Pay Pot Tickets

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes wants stoners cited for catching a buzz in public to not pay their fines.  

MedCan Patient Sues Employer for Discrimination

Medical marijuana patients still sweating it out in the workforce continue to lose their jobs for using cannabis an alternative to prescription drugs. Most recently, Donna Smith, a medical marijuana cardholder in New Mexico was terminated from her position at Presbyterian...

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