High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Most Americans Want Legal Weed Sold in Hometown

Marijuana is becoming increasingly more acceptable in the United States, with the majority of Americans willing to allow a legal pot commerce to operate in their hometown. However, the catch is -- they are not sure about weed being sold in their backyard.  

Legal Marijuana: The Next Great American Industry

Steel, coal, tobacco, weapons, sugar, alcohol, rubber, and now marijuana! With the HT Growth Fund firing on all cylinders and the pot industry being regulated in states like Colorado and Washington, all information is pointing towards legalized marijuana as the next great...

CNBC Features the HIGH TIMES Growth Fund

If you haven't heard yet, we're launching the HIGH TIMES Growth Fund -- a private equity vehicle that would connect investors with legitimate pot start-ups.

Danny Danko Talks Pot's Potential on CNBC

On today's episode of 'Squawk on the Street' on CNBC, HIGH TIMES senior cultivation editor Danny Danko spoke to the hosts about yesterday's announcement that the federal government will respect states' rights in relation to recreational and medical can...

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