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Colorado Lawmakers Contemplate Legal Pot Tax

  How much should legal pot be taxed? That’s the question Colorado lawmakers are currently debating. While House Democrats see a 25% tax as both beneficial and attainable, Republicans argue that raising the price of legal weed could recreate the marijuana b...

Thank You, Colorado

In addition to the attendees, venders, entertainers and panelists who participated in the first US Cannabis Cup this past weekend, HIGH TIMES magazine would like to thank the town of Denver for hosting this historic affair.

New Bill Would End Federal Conflicts with State Pot Laws

Last week, the Respect State Marijuana Laws Act (H.R. 1523) was introduced in the House of Representatives. The bill would fix the conflict between the federal prohibition of cannabis and those state laws that allow medical and/or recreational use.

Fear and Loathing in the Marijuana Movement

Hunter S. Thompson was one the first high-profile supporters of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. NORML founder Keith Stroup remembers what it was like to work and party with the king of Gonzo journalism, whom he aff...

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