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Prince of Pot Marc Emery Released from US Prison, Returned to Canada

Marc Emery, the Canadian marijuana legalization activist whose extradition to the United States for selling pot seeds outraged many in the cannabis community, has been returned to Canada today after serving more than four years of a five-year prison sentence.

The HIGH TIMES Interview: Ziggy Marley

Ziggy Marley sat down with HIGH TIMES to discuss his new album and explain how the marijuana plant can save the world. Pre-order Ziggy's latest studio release, Fly Rasta, today at ziggymarley.com.

Why Reefer Madness Mania is Failing

Supporters of marijuana prohibition are confused. Newly confused, I should say, because they just don’t understand why marijuana legalization enjoys such widespread and increasing public support. It’s a crisis of faith for many of them, while for others it&rsq...

Jack Herer: The Legend in Photos

There is a generation of cannabis activists in our ranks who, unfortunately, never got a chance to see the late Jack Herer in action. For those who may not know, Jack Herer was the grandfather of the modern cannabis movement. He dedicated his life to freeing the cannabis ...

Federal Judge: Pot Sentencing Guidelines Out of Line

A federal judge gave a defendant in a major marijuana trafficking case a lighter sentence, explaining that pot distribution crimes are “not regarded with the same seriousness” as they were previously. Federal judge James K. Bredar sentenced ...

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