High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Pot Arrests Drop in Colorado After Legalization

One of the primary intended consequences of marijuana legalization is becoming a reality in Colorado, as pot-related arrests are down 65 percent in Larimer County Jail since recreational weed was legalized in the Rocky Mountain State in November 2012. Overall dr...

New Poll: Majority of Hoosiers Back Pot Regulation and Taxation

Despite inhabiting a state with some of the harshest drug laws in the Midwest, a new poll reports that a majority – 52 percent – of Indiana residents support regulating marijuana like alcohol and tobacco. And an overwhelming number of Hoosiers – 78 ...

Truck Hijack Attempt Leads to Massive Pot Bust

2013 wasn't going to come to an end without at least one more "weird weed" news story – and this one's a doozy. After an apparent attempted hijacking of a truck, law enforcement discovered 12 tons of marijuana aboard the vehicle. However,...

Syrian Uprising Boosts Lebanon Pot Trade

As reported by Agence France-Presse, both Lebanese pot farmers and government officials noted that in 2013 Lebanon's military did not conduct its annual bulldozer eradication of pot plants, primarily due to the Syrian Civil War, which originated in...

High Fashion: Pot Weedicures

As the cultural and aesthetic renaissance of marijuana continues it can even be witnessed down to manicured fingernails. A new trend, dubbed “weedicures” by some, involves manicures containing actual cannabis.  Forbes reported...

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