High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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FDA: No to Medical Marijuana, Yes to “Super-Vicodin”

For years we have been told that raw, crude marijuana plants do not meet the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) guidelines for a safe, effective medicine.  Cannabis remains a Schedule I substance, deemed to have no medicinal value, is dangerously addictive,...

Chiefs Receiver Bowe to Start Sunday Despite Pot Bust

  Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid announced on Wednesday that wide receiver Dwayne Bowe will start on Sunday night in Denver against the Broncos despite Bowe's arrest for marijuana possession in Riverside, Missouri on November 10. Riverside p...

A Statement of Urgency from the Spiritual Peoples of the Earth

Arvol Looking Horse, who is widely recognized as a chief and the spiritual leader of all three branches of the Sioux tribe – Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota – delivered a statement at the United Nations on Thursday, November 14. Looking Horse is the 19th Generation...

Colorado Contemplates Pot Potency Regulations

  Colorado's Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) recently hosted a meeting of The Mandatory Testing and Random Sampling Working Group to ruminate on potential testing standards for various attributes of cannabis – including potency. Potency r...

Border Cops Who Forced Smugglers to Eat Pot Get Two Years in Prison

  Two former US Border Patrol agents who forced three Mexican pot smugglers to eat marijuana in 2008 were sentenced to two years in federal prison Tuesday. Dario Castillo, 25, and Ramon Zuniga, 31, were convicted by jury in April for violating the civil righ...

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