High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Marijuana Legalization

Native Americans Granted Legalization of Marijuana On Reservation Lands

In a memorandum released Thursday, the Justice Department announced it will instruct all U.S. attorneys to NOT prevent Native American tribes from cultivating or selling marijuana on reservation lands in spite of any state laws that may be in place. 

Tell Congress To Back Off DC's Legal Weed

Republican and Democratic leadership in Congress are working together to overturn Initiative 71, a ballot measure legalizing marijuana that 70% of voters in our nation's capital voted for last month.

Congress Will Block DC Legalization, Protect Medical Marijuana… Or Maybe Not

The US House of Representatives is working up to the last minute today on passing a one trillion dollar spending bill that keeps the government running.  If it doesn’t pass today, the government shuts down until something does pass.  This is nothing new fo...

Republican-Led House: No Legal Marijuana for DC

The District of Columbia’s referendum to legalize and regulate marijuana was nullified in the $1.1 trillion spending agreement reached by House and Senate negotiators on Tuesday night;  possession of cannabis was decriminalized.

3 Reasons Why Marijuana Legalization is Working

Fifty-year-old Rodrigo Silla (speaking above) is a lifelong cannabis farmer, and he was lamenting the rapidly dropping wholesale marijuana prices his crops would draw in an illuminating interview with The Washington Post in April.

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