High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Marijuana Policy Project Calls the NFL Out

Marijuana Policy Project has not only produced a billboard calling on the National Football League to stop punishing players for using marijuana, but has posted that billboard in front of Sports Authority Field at Mile High today, 24 hours before the Denver Broncos host t...

American Pot Use Up 7% According to Nationwide Survey

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 7.3% of Americans 12 or older regularly used marijuana in 2012, up from 7% in 2011, it was reported yesterday. The report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration surveys 70,000 people aged...

What the Justice Department Pot Memo Means

In a four - page memorandum, issued August 29 by United States Deputy Attorney General James Cole, the administration for the first time provided details regarding its intentions in states that move forward with regulating marijuana. The memo advises the U.S. Attorneys of...

DOJ Memo Could Help Legalize Pot in Other Countries

The Department of Justice memo regarding commercial marijuana operations means a lot for legalization efforts in the U.S., but it could mean even more for those oversees.

The Fight for the Right to Grow Medical Marijuana

Legalization advocates everywhere rejoiced with the recent passage of medical marijuana laws in New Hampshire and Illinois. As of today, there are twenty US states with medical cannabis laws, as well as legal medical cannabis in Washington DC Less noted, however, is the d...

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