High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


California Finally Reaches Agreement on Medical Marijuana Rules

After countless drafts and negotiations, California lawmakers announced on Thursday that they had finally reached an agreement on the regulatory structure for the state’s nearly two-decade old medical marijuana industry.  

California: Gov. Brown to Decide If Green Card Drug Offenders Should Be Deported

California families living without the guaranteed protection of U.S. citizenship may no longer have to worry about succumbing to the unsung perils of the minor drug convictions.  

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: August 31

It was another exciting week in the fight to legalize marijuana in the United States. Several groups announced the launch of campaigns aimed at getting medical marijuana on the ballot in the 2016 election, while news broke on Friday that Florida has joined the ranks of on...

Cannabis Users Have Lower Incidence of Bladder Cancer

Smoking tobacco puts people at an increased risk for bladder cancer, a side effect that is well known in the medical community. Doctors in California set out on an 11-year study to track cannabis and tobacco users to compare the two substances’ effects on bladder he...

California Wildfires Are Affecting the Pot Industry

California’s wildfires are affecting the cannabis industry in the Bay Area, according to dispensary owners who say pot plants are growing around some of the state’s raging fires—especially the Rocky Fire near Clear Lake.  



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