High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Yup, Mailing Pot Ads Is Still Illegal

The U.S. Postal Service says it's illegal to mail materials containing advertising for marijuana products, even in states that have legalized the federally controlled substance.

San Francisco Forms Legal Cannabis Task Force

San Francisco's Examiner reports Dec. 14 that city authorities, in anticipation that California voters will legalize recreational cannabis use next year, are assembling a body to propose regulations for the industry. The newly created entity will be called t...

2015 HIGH TIMES Holiday Gift Guide

It’s that time of year when everyone wants to show that special cannabis lover in their life how much they care about them. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a compendium of great gift ideas. Check out our holiday recommendations for every kind of cannabis connois...

U.S. Postal Service Warns Newspapers Not to Run Pot Ads

While almost everyone is aware by now that conflicting state and federal law makes it highly illegal to transport weed through the mail, some have been surprised to learn that it is also apparently a violation  to use the United States Postal Service to distribute ad...

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