High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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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...

DC Joins Oregon, Alaska, in November Legalization Vote

Washington DC’s Board of Elections ruled that marijuana legalization activists have collected more than enough signatures to place Initiative 71  on the November ballot. District residents will join Alaskans voting on Ballot Measure 2  and Oregonians votin...

New Drug to Treat “Marijuana Addiction”

The National Institute on Drug Abuse is sponsoring nationwide clinical trials to determine if an over-the-counter supplement can effectively diminish the desire to use cannabis in habitual users. If successful, the trials could lead to the first FDA-approved medication to...

Was Someone Drugged at Denver County Fair Pot Pavilion?

Denver County Fair officials confirmed they are investigating at least three separate cases of people who said they were drugged after eating a Full Melt Chocolate bar that contained THC at the Denver County Fair’s Pot Pavilion.

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