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Guatemala Considers Legal Opium Cultivation

Guatemala has emerged as a major opium producer in recent years, and now President Otto Pérez Molina -- a conservative who is increasingly breaking with the US-led "drug war" consensus -- is considering legalized and regulated cultivation of the poppy as ...

HIGH TIMES Legislation Roundup: Dec. 23

Merry Cannabis America -- despite the fact that the holidays have put a bit of a Grinch wrench in the progress of marijuana legislation across the nation, a recent survey indicates that the public has finally embraced the leaf.

3 Steps to Legalizing Pot Nationwide

It’s been a good couple of years for advocates of marijuana’s legalization. But it would be a costly mistake to assume that marijuana’s complete legalization is an inevitable result of recent events, such as the new state-level laws in Colorado and Washi...

News of the Herb: Week 6

This week, Uruguay continued to collect props from around the world. The Economist named it Country of the Year, and not just for their recent victory in implementing common-sense pot reform. The article cites the nation's progressive approach to marriage equality as ...

Drive-Thru Pot Clinics Coming to Chicago

One Chicago suburb intends to bring cannabis convenience to the medical marijuana community by allowing local dispensaries to operate with drive-thru windows.

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