High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Marijuana Legalization

Top 20: How Twitter Reacted to Reporter’s F-bomb, “I Quit”

On Sunday night, Charlo Greene quit her job as an Alaskan TV reporter while still on the air. She even dropped an F-bomb.  

Texas Pot Legalization Story Is a Hoax

Satirical news slingers have embarked on a mission to mess with the minds of a hopeful drug culture by publishing a slew of phony reports aimed at conning citizens into believing marijuana is about to become legal. 

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: Sept. 22

The majority of the American population supports legalizing marijuana for recreational use. A recent survey from CivicScience, which took a sample of 450,000 adult U.S. citizens, found that nearly 60 percent welcomed the idea of establishing a tax and regulated canna...

DC Voters Poised To Eliminate Pot Possession Penalties This Fall

Voters in the nation’s capitol are poised to end minor marijuana offenses this fall.

'F**k It': Reporter Makes The Most Epic Cannabis Reveal Live On Air

KTVA Anchorage reporter Charlo Greene threw down the gauntlet live on air in Alaska in support of legalizing cannabis and the video is now going viral after her termination. Here's how it went down: Following a segment about a medical marijuana business, Greene reveal...

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