High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Marijuana Legalization

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: Aug. 25

In a little over two months, Americans from East to West will head to the polls to vote on the issue of legalized marijuana. Alaska and Oregon could be the next states to legalize weed for recreational purposes, while the District of Columbia aims to legalize the leaf on ...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: Aug 11

Thirty-five states have imposed legislation to legalize medicinal cannabis in some form here in the United States, according to NORML. Although some of these laws only encompass cannabidiol or CBD, making non-intoxicating cannabis oil available to chil...

Seattle City Attorney: Don’t Pay Pot Tickets

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes wants stoners cited for catching a buzz in public to not pay their fines.  

White House: NYT Demands Are Wishful Thinking

In light of a recent New York Times article demanding the federal government repeal marijuana prohibition, due to the harm this ban has inflicted throughout civil society, the White House has issued a response claiming to understand the arguments expressed by the Times, w...

One Seattle Cop Wrote 80 Percent of Pot Citations

A veteran cop with the Seattle Police Department was forced to take a desk job earlier this week, after an internal review found the officer responsible for writing nearly 80 percent of the city’s citations for public marijuana consumption.

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