High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Denver Airport: Pot Ban Working

Despite fears that toking tourists would use the airport to smuggle marijuana across state lines, authorities say they have not been forced to confiscate weed or even issue a citation for this offense because it is simply not happening.

Activist Pressure Forces O.penVAPE to Abandon Workplace Drug Testing

In mid-April, O.penVAPE, a company that makes a cannabis vaporizer that took Second Place for Best Product at the most recent HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup Denver, shocked the marijuana community by crowing about its new workplace drug testing policy. Now, thanks to coordinated...

DUI: The Stoned Driving Conundrum

Ever since marijuana began tricking into the mainstream, legislators and law enforcement agencies have been trying to figure out a method to curb a predicted influx in stoned driving. Unlike alcohol, there is no breathalyzer currently available for police officers to gaug...

Legal Pot Sales Creates Thousands of New Jobs

In fact, a recent report by the Marijuana Industry Group indicates that since January, the state’s newfound recreational pot trade has created in upwards of 10,000 new jobs, with 2,000 joining the green collar workforce just in the past few months.

Cannabis Connoisseurs: New Market Will Help Educate Buyers

As Colorado entrepreneurs look for creative ways to meet the needs of higher end consumers, marijuana-themed versions of wine tastings, food pairings and even ratings systems are emerging in the growing pot tourism marketplace.

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