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Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks to Meet in Stoner Bowl

The Super Bowl pits the two best NFL teams against each other. This year the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seattle Seahawks were top seeds in their division and hold identical 15-3 records. And both teams hail from the only two states where adult, recreational use of pot is ...

HIGH TIMES Legislation Roundup: Jan. 20

This week’s legislative roundup indicates a substantial wave of progress across America, with more states making efforts to not only decriminalize marijuana, but also make it available for more patients suffering from serious illnesses.

Washington Attorney General: Pot Shop Bans Okay

While the legalization of marijuana in Colorado has led to retail cannabis shops running out of weed, the other state that legalized recreational pot in November 2012 is still sputtering at the ganja gate. Thursday, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued an...

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Backs Medical Pot

In an eye-opening interview with the Las Vegas Sun, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) expressed his support for legalizing medicinal cannabis, saying, “I think we need to take a real close look at this. I think that there’s some medical reasons for mari...

Florida Doctors May Soon Prescribe Marijuana

It seems Florida may be coming around after all. Advocates for medical marijuana are gathering signatures to get a referendum on the fall ballot. Considering recent polls put 82% of Floridians supporting medical marijuana, it will only be a matter of time before lawmakers...

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