High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


New DEA Report Wants Us to Believe That Cops Don’t Care About Weed

While reports of law enforcement pulling underhanded stunts to bust people for weed seem no less common today than they were a decade ago, the latest federal data indicates that police at the local and state level consider marijuana to be the least concerning of illicit s...

Lung Cancer Patient Sues to Get Medical Marijuana Card

A New Hampshire woman with late-stage lung cancer filed a lawsuit against the state health commissioner Thursday in hopes of getting a medical marijuana identification card before dispensaries open.

Seneca Indian Nation Approves Medical Marijuana Initiative

Members of the Seneca Nation of Indians in western New York state voted up a referendum Nov. 3 giving tribal leaders approval to move towards setting up a medical marijuana business on their territories.

DEA Chief Admits Pot Has 'Great Promise' As Medicine

In a slight break from his predecessors, DEA Chief Chuck Rosenberg said voters should have an intellectually honest debate about legalizing marijuana.  

Montana Seeks Court Ruling to End Medical Marijuana Sales

Montana is in the fifth year of a legal fight to severely restrict how medical marijuana is grown and distributed, even as attitudes in other parts of the nation appear to be shifting toward more tolerance for the drug.



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