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Welfare Drug Testing Wasting Time and Money

A Republican-led effort to pass state bills that require drug testing for certain public assistance programs has cost three states over $200,000 and led to the capture of just 203 violators since 2011. On average, these states are spending about $1,000 per recipient to de...

NBA Season Riddled With Drug Use?

drugs are a big problem throughout the NBA. And that pot is “ubiquitous” in the sport

Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd: The HIGH TIMES Interview

The former Boston Red Sox pitcher has penned his auto - biography, They Call Me Oil Can: Baseball, Drugs, and Life on the Edge (Fireside Books, June 2012). According to the 52-year-old native of Meridian, MS, who’s still plying his trade for semipro teams around New...

6 Questions with Sir Richard Branson

Sir Richard Branson is the founder of Virgin and a commissioner on the Global Commission for Drug Policy. HIGH TIMES caught up with the mogul after a screening of Breaking the Taboo at the at the St. Paul's Landmark Center on July 28.

Michigan Set to Drug-Test Welfare Recipients

A new bill passed by Michigan's House of Representatives seeks to require welfare applicants to undergo screenings for drug use.

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