High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Oregon Want $5 Million to Spy on Pot Shops

When voters in Oregon agreed last year to banish prohibition and establish a legal framework for a statewide cannabis market, they had no idea that law enforcement was scheming to create a master plan aimed at squeezing pot dollars to spy on the state's suppliers...

Judge Declines to Remove Marijuana from Dangerous Drug List

A federal judge in California declined Wednesday to remove marijuana from the list of most dangerous drugs.

CA's 2016 Legalization Bid & Its Federal Implications

Although several states are expected to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in 2016, there is a substantial amount of pressure being applied out West to establish a cannabis industry in the largest state in the union: California. It is there that pot proponents a...

Marijuana Mavens: How Women Hold the Key to Ending Prohibition

Women are working to bust through the “grass ceiling” and create an equitable cannabis industry, starting businesses and heading up activist groups more than ever before. Learn how appealing to female voters is the key to ending prohibition and finally legaliz...

Michigan Celebrates 44th Annual Hash Bash

The 44th annual Hash Bash took place Saturday, April 4 at the University of Michigan. The Midwest’s premier pro-pot event drew an estimated 6,000 people to the sprawling Ann Arbor campus. This year’s event included an appearance by cannabis icon Tomm...



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