High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Federal and State Legislation

Which States Will Be the Next to Legalize Marijuana?

Marijuana is now legal for medicinal and recreational purposes in over half the United States, with a solid majority of the population supporting efforts to end prohibition nationwide.   

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: July 20

It was another exciting week in the world of marijuana legalization in the United States. Perhaps the biggest news to surface was the coming of a key initiative in California that activists believe could be the one that legalizes a statewide cannabis industry in 2016. Oth...

Florida: Are You Ready to Legalize Medical Marijuana in 2016?

While the state of Florida continues to pussyfoot around with the implementation of a CBD-only law, the stage is being set to to legalize a full-scale medical marijuana program in 2016. United For Care, whose proposal to legalize the leaf for medicinal purposes failed by ...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: June 8

It was another busy week in the wonderful world of marijuana reform across the United States. Several proposals, some of which were submitted at the federal level, were met with much enthusiasm—a signal that has pot advocates predicting that the end of the war on we...

NORML Blog: Congress to Vote on Amendment That Would Protect States' Marijuana Laws

Members of the United States House of Representatives are anticipated to vote this week on a series of amendments to a Justice Department spending bill. These amendments seek to limit the federal government’s intrusion in states that have regulated various...



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