High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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California Law Would Force Cops to Return Bongs and Weed

Imagine a place where police are forced to return seized marijuana and paraphernalia back to their rightful stoners if they are found not to be in violation of any law. That is exactly the type of environment one California lawmaker is hoping to establish for the state&rs...

Colombia: FARC Renounce Narco Profits

Colombia’s government and the FARC guerilla organization announced an agreement May 16, entitled "Solution to the Problem of Illicit Drugs," in which they pledge to work together against the narco trade.

Seattle Man Offers $1 Million for Retail Weed License

If at first you don’t succeed, pay the guys off and hope for the best. That is exactly what one Seattle ganjapreneur hopes to do in order to get his hands on one of Washington’s recreational marijuana licenses -- pay someone $1 million for his golden ticket to...

Uruguay: Tax-Free Marijuana to Combat the Black Market

In an attempt to sever the black market marijuana trade at the neck, Uruguay’s legal pot commerce will provide tax exemptions on cannabis production and sales.

Strict Missouri Reduces Marijuana Possession Penalties

Provisions in a new Missouri measure reduce the state’s marijuana possession penalties, which are among some of the strictest in the nation. Presently, the possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana is classified as a Class A criminal misdemeanor, punishable by up to...

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