High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Marijuana Regulation

Jamaica's National Security Minister Says Decriminalization Is Working

Ever since Jamaica made the decision earlier this year to decriminalize the possession of up to two ounces of marijuana, National Security Minister Peter Bunting claims the hostility that once brewed between its citizens and law enforcement due to decades of prohibition h...

New Research Suggests How to Curb Pot Use by Kids

Four distinct strategies, culled from examining the alcohol and tobacco industries, have been suggested by researchers from John Hopkins University to curb the use of marijuana by children and teens. Of course, not all of the proposals are likely to please cannabis consum...

WA State Pot Regulations: Worst-Case Scenario

Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico turned leading soldier for the cannabis industry, cautions states seeking to legalize cannabis markets to avoid subscribing to the regulatory model currently underway in Washington State. During a recent interview with ...

Marijuana Breathalyzer Solidifies Junk Science

You may have read by now about the retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer who has invented the “pot breathalyzer.” It’s the inevitable and predictable response to our years of demanding that we “regulate marijuana like alcohol.”


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