High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Judge: Canadian MJ Patients Can Continue to Grow

Last week Canadian cannabis patients scored a major victory when a federal judge in Vancouver issued a temporary injunction allowing licensed pot patients and their designated caregivers to continue growing their own medicine beyond the Conservative Party's mandated A...

Michigan to Allow Pot for PTSD

Michigan is now the seventh state to allow patients to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with cannabis. Last week, the state officially authorized the inclusion of PTSD as a qualifying condition for medical pot.

Workers Fired for Medical Pot Sue for Unemployment Benefits

The Michigan court of appeals will hear the cases of two medical marijuana patients who were fired from their jobs for smoking pot legally and then denied unemployment benefits. Jenine Kemp, a CT scan technician who suffers from lupus, was fired in 2011 for testi...

Bill To Ban Dabs in Cali

Part of a proposed law to regulate California’s medical marijuana industry would prohibit “dabs” – highly potent cannabis concentrates. Senate Bill 1262, introduced by state Senator Lou Correa (D), reads, “Under no circumstance shal...

DC Police Chief: Pot Decrim Will Have Little Effect on Crime

Despite a study that found the majority of arrests in the District of Columbia are for simple pot possession and that such arrests are racially disproportionate, DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier believes the city’s new decriminalization legislation will not have a big i...

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