High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Marijuana Legislation

Colorado Edibles Makers React to New Rules

Onerous new regulations in Colorado will require cannabis-infused edibles to be identified as containing pot even when removed from their packaging.

Colorado Lawmakers Deal Major Blow to the State's Marijuana Industry

State lawmakers from both parties rejected a bill to loosen requirements on edible marijuana this week. The rejection means that marijuana-infused cookies, candies and drinks must have a distinct look by 2016—and that's for the item itself, not just the packagin...

Federal Bills Aim to Eliminate Prohibition Nationwide

Representatives Jared Polis of Colorado and Earl Blumenauer of Oregon joined forces last Friday to introduce a set of bills aimed at imposing a strict level of reform to the marijuana laws that have plagued the United States for nearly a cent...

Insider Notes on Marijuana's Huge Federal Victory

After some debate, the lower house of Congress voted to end federal raids on medical marijuana establishments in 22 states and the District of Columbia. It was the first time in history the federal legislature approved a bill clearly aimed at the reform of marijuana laws ...

The Clinic: Colorado To Spend $10 Million Studying Medical Marijuana

Last week, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed a bill allocating $10 million dollars for research into the safety and efficacy of cannabis as a medicine. 

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