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Will Ending Pot Prohibition Boost Organized Crime?

Legalization of marijuana in the United States is destined to create a highly lucrative environment for organized crime, according to a new report published by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Who Will Be the Last to Legalize Weed?

When work takes me outside the green states to the land of prohibition, my activist friends in places like Texas, Missouri, Georgia, and Florida all proclaim that “this state is going to be the last to legalize weed.” They can’t all be right, but the fac...

Poll: Pot on the Job

As cannabis becomes more mainstream, we're looking forward to the day when we will no longer be stigmatized for using it. But for the time being, we have a question about your job. What would happen if management, or your boss, found out you were a pot smoker?

Weed Continues to Win Over Booze

Some speculate that legal marijuana could become a safer alternative to booze here in the United States, while others argue the two substances will likely embark on a savage love affair and further contribute to the degradation of American society.

HIGH TIMES Pot Legislation Roundup: Mich., Colo., Penn., Mass., Fla

But fear not stoner nation -- regardless if I have to type out this week’s legislative summary using Morse code from the back of a Red Cross emergency vehicle or send a series of post-it-notes to New York using a squadron of extremely athletic pigeons, my report wil...

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