High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Concern That the Marijuana Industry Will Be Another Big Tobacco

There are legions of marijuana advocates rallying in the United States hell-bent on legalizing the leaf without the industry being controlled by corporate America and its greedy, backbiting principles. While theirs is an admirable sentiment, there does not appear to be mu...

Police 'Anti-Crime' Extermination Campaign in Congo

While the decades-long civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo shows signs of winding down, it is apparently leaving in its wake a good old "anti-crime" police state that sees impoverished youth as a threat and seeks to exterminate them. Human Ri...

One Unlikely Nation Might Produce 10% Of The World's Cannabis

With the death of Zambia's president, Michael Sata, at the end of October, the country is at a turning point for a new crop to drive their economy -- and that crop could soon be cannabis.

Colombia: Corrupt Cops Caught in Crackdown

Nineteen officers of Colombia's National Police force have been arrested this week in Medellín, the latest busts in an ongoing sweep of corrupt officers. 

Feds Create Confusion for MedCan Patients

Although marijuana has been made legal for medicinal and recreational purposes in over half of the United States, these laws are nearly worthless to the average working class citizen. Because of conflicting state and federal policies, most of these statutes do absolutely ...

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