High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Legislation Would Stop Next President From Shutting Down the Cannabis Industry

While the Obama Administration has been allowing legal marijuana states to operate without much federal interference, there are no concrete laws on the books to prevent the next president from closing down the cannabis industry as soon as he or she is handed the keys to t...

Texas Could Legalize Recreational Marijuana in 2015

While a recent proposal aimed at establishing a taxed and regulated cannabis market in the state of Texas seemed to be more of a long shot than a three-legged horse coming out of the gate ass first, the motion managed to win the approval of a key legislative committee ear...

Contentious Texas Bill Puts Civil Liberties on the Chopping Block

A bill that would restrict the rights of citizens and essentially put all civil liberties at risk was introduced in the Texas House of Representatives on Tuesday.

NYC Council Call for State Legislature to Legalize Marijuana

For the first time in history, the New York City Council included marijuana reform as part of their legislative outline for the 2015-2016 session, encouraging the state legislature to approve measures aimed at the decriminalization and legalization of marijuana across the...

Rhode Island Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Legalize Cannabis Industry

Some predict Rhode Island could be the first state in America to legalize recreational marijuana by way of the state legislature. Earlier this week, lawmakers introduced a bill that would repeal prohibition across the state and establish operations for a taxed a...



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