High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Trimming Season Leads to Local Tension in Humboldt County

Residents in Humboldt’s small towns voice frustrations with transients littering, loitering and smoking pot on the streets. Called “trimmigrants” by the locals, the travelers come to experience marijuana mecca, looking to take part in...

Non-Profits Becoming More Relaxed about Accepting Donations from Pot Companies

As marijuana legalization spreads across the land and the pot-smoking stigma relaxes, cannabis-related businesses are naturally becoming more involved in the communities around them—and some are even donating money and time to local charities.

Wikileaf: The Priceline of Pot?

Wikileaf, a comparison-shopping website for medical marijuana, is changing how people buy their pot while saving them time and money.

Cannabusiness: Women Gaining Ground in the Pot Game

One study showed that in Colorado and Washington, the key demographic in the marijuana legalization movements were 30-to-50-year-old women who are continuing to move into key positions at an unprecedented rate. 

Texas Preparing to Hire Pot Growers Despite a Non-Existent Cannabis Industry

Although the state’s attempt at launching a medicinal marijuana market is destined to provide limited opportunities for those gunning to get in on the green rush, Texas is reportedly on the verge of hiring pot growers to produce low-THC strains of cannabis...

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