High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Ireland to Allow Sativex by Prescription

Doctors in Ireland could be allowed to prescribe a pharmaceutical form of medical marijuana later this year. While the Irish Medicines Board approved the use of Sativex in April, the government has delayed authorizing doctors to prescribe the cannabinoid-co...

New Jersey Gov Will Okay Pot for Kids if Bill is Changed

Earlier today New Jersey Governor Chris Christie agreed to sign a bill that expands options for medical cannabis patients, including allowing children to access medicinal marijuana, only if certain changes are made. Gov Christie told the New Jersey Legislatu...

Cops Offer Free Doritos at Seattle Hempfest

Stoners are likely to ignore a leaflet being handed to them, but most will gladly accept a free bag of salty snacks. This weekend at Seattle Hempfest, the largest pro-pot rally in the world, police are hoping to capitalize on the munchies to educate marijuana lovers ...

Mechanic Uses Twitter to Find Pot, Gets Fired

A mechanic working for the Canadian auto-maintenance chain “Mr. Lube” in the Toronto suburb of Vaughan was fired on Tuesday after expressing his desire to score some weed on Twitter.  During his shift the mechanic, using the Twitter handle Sunith...

Heidi Fleiss, the Marijuana Madam

Heidi Fleiss, the “Hollywood Madam,” was caught with nearly 400 pot plants last week in Las Vegas. Fleiss was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell after she told police she was cultivating 392 plants. Fleiss informed the officers of her int...

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