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Seniors Might Get Their Own MMJ Dispensary in California

At a recent meeting, the Berkeley City Council agreed to move forward with six different proposals vying to become Berkeley's fourth medical marijuana dispensary. Among the proposals is a dispensary to be owned and operated by a senior, African-American woman—si...

Trippy Art at Symbiosis Festival

Move over Burning Man! Another West Coast transformational festival is delighting people with its mix of participatory art, all-night dance parties and refreshing aquatic adventures. Check out the amazing installations and sculptures that make this event so special. &...

California’s New Medical Marijuana Regulations Could Exclude Pot Felons

The newfound regulations attached to California’s nearly two-decade-old medical marijuana industry could keep former victims of the drug war from being allowed to contribute to productive society.  

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: September 14

It was another exciting week in the world of marijuana legalization across the United States. Some of the biggest news to surface comes from California, where legislators, in the 11th hour, approved several bills for the purpose of regulating the state’s n...

Breaking: California Lawmakers Finally Tackle Medical Marijuana

Nearly 20 years after California voters approved the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, lawmakers finally agreed on a package of bills to create the first statewide licensing and operating rules for pot growers and retail weed outlets. They did so in the face of a l...



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