High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Are the Feds About to Reschedule Marijuana?

The United States government may be one step closer to recognizing marijuana for its medicinal benefits. Federal health officials were asked earlier last week by key members of the Drug Enforcement Administration to begin researching whether marijuana could be reclassifie...

Former NFL Players Claim League Made Them Junkies

Several former NFL players have filed a lawsuit, which alleges the league force-fed players powerful narcotic pain medication to keep them comfortably numb and profitable.

Most Insurance Providers Reject Medical Marijuana

Since most insurance providers do not cover medical marijuana, the average patient is often faced with the burden of handling this expense out-of-pocket, which is not cheap. Depending on the condition and the severity of the symptoms, medical marijuana can cost a patient ...

Controversial "Heroin Pill" Hits the Market This Month

The Food and Drug Administration recently approved a controversial new painkiller called Zohydro ER that both federal and state lawmakers believe is destined to become a scourge on society; a tightened noose already around the necks of those struggling with pres...

FDA: Yes to Marijuana Spray, Will Not Reclassify

In a time when natural marijuana is considered by the American government to be a gateway to the downtrodden of civil society, it seems odd, but not surprising, that the United States would be champing at the bit to approve cannabis-based medicine. 

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