High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


WATCH: Retired Cop Stars in Ad for Pot Legalization

The group behind a controversial marijuana legalization initiative in Ohio has released its first statewide advertisement—and the star of the ad is a retired Cincinnati police captain.   

Cannabusinesses Experience Digital Marketing Discrimination

While societal attitudes towards marijuana are loosening across the United States, much of the Internet still remains anti-cannabis, at least where advertising is concerned. Unfortunately, this discrimination against the leaf has proved challenging for members of the cann...

Washington State Publishes Strict Regulations for Pot Advertising

Washington state legalized a recreational marijuana market back in 2012, but that has not stopped state regulators from doing everything in their power to hinder the newfound trade in its ability to sell products like any other business. Earlier last week, the Liquor Cont...

What? 'We’re Weeding Out The Stoners' Says Pot PR Firm

Now that marijuana is making it to the mainstream, some in the industry are eager to take the potheads out of pot, employing the same language of condescension and bigotry prohibitionists have used for years to keep us criminal.

MetLife Stadium Becomes A Giant Pot Advertisement

As sports junkies and other depraved breeders of football fanaticism arrive at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey this weekend for the NFL’s first ever Stoner Bowl, they can expect to see a number of advertisements from the marijuana community encouraging booze soaked ta...



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