High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

New York City

NYPD Spends Thousands of Tax Dollars on Psychedelic Drugs and McGruff the Crime Dog Costumes

A new report suggests that that the NYPD has been spending thousands of dollars of taxpayer money on hallucinogenic substances, like magic mushrooms and ecstasy. They've also spent a good chunk of change on McGruff the Crime Dog costumes.

8 Annoying Weed-Buying Situations

Oh, how sweet it must be to be a Denverite or Washingtonian or an Oregonian or any resident of the 20-odd states that have legalized the flammable use of the sticky-icky (New York State only allows marijuana in medicinal pill or oil form). Now don&rsqu...

Why Legalizing Marijuana Is A Win-Win For Citizens, NYPD

New York City's Bills stood side by side on Tuesday to tout the city's latest crime statistics and to highlight the record low crime levels throughout all five boroughs. Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton proudly told the city that crime was...

NYPD Goes Rogue on Pot

The NYPD has a new directive to fine citizens for cannabis possession instead of arresting them, but how are they and other officials reacting to the new policy set forth by Mayor De Blasio? By chastising and not doing their jobs. Senior Cultivation Editor, Danny Danko, o...

NYC Makes Historic Move For Marijuana With 25g Rule

On the heels of speculation swirling Sunday that New York would end the prosecution and arrest of individuals for low-level marijuana possession, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced that possession of 25g or less of cannabis would be officially decriminalized.

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