High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Attorney General Eric Holder Optimistic About Legal Weed

Attorney General Eric Holder admits it is difficult to forecast if marijuana will be legalized across the United States within the next ten years, but he is “cautiously optimistic” about the climate of the recreational marijuana industry in Colorado and Washin...

The HIGH TIMES US Cannabis Cup Freedom Trail

HIGH TIMES senior editor Bobby Black tour’s a few of Denver’s 60+ recreational pot shops, where anyone over the age of 21 can purchase cannabis, hash and edibles. These pot shops are the focus of the HIGH TIMES Freedom Trail. In the tradition of the Amster...

Bud and Breakfast Becomes Trend in Lodging Industry

For toking tourists who subscribe to the “wake and bake” philosophy, but find themselves inconvenienced by the bureaucratic reefer restrictions of major hotel chains, there are some pot-friendly lodging options in the Mile High city.

Legal Marijuana Killing Demand for Brick Weed

You really have to appreciate the bleatings of law enforcement as their cash cow of marijuana arrests slowly becomes extinct. All those statistics-padding low-level marijuana arrests, with their attendant asset forfeitures, overtime pay, and federal grants, have...

Watch Your Weed at Denver Hotels

Careful with any leftover weed you might have after a trip to the mile-high city! One visitor left a small amount of pot and a bubbler pipe behind when he checked out of the Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek, and was billed $200 by the hotel.

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