High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Oregon Governor Signs Law Allowing Pot Sales to Begin Oct. 1

Marijuana users in Oregon will now only have to wait another three months - until October 1 - before they can relish in the convenience of buying weed down at the local pot shop.

Oregon TV Anchor Fired After Testing Positive for Marijuana

An Oregon television anchor has turned into a marijuana activist after being fired for testing positive for the drug.  

Seniors Choosing Legal Pot States for Retirement

While precise data on how many people are retiring to legal pot states is not currently available, “there is anecdotal evidence that people with health conditions—which medical marijuana could help treat—are relocating to states with legalized marijuana,...

Radical Rant: What's Next for Legal Weed? Equal Rights!

One of the predictable questions from people here in legal Potland (it’s not a typo) now that Oregon has the best marijuana legalization in the world is: “NORML? It’s legal now, what do we need NORML for?” The sim...

Portland Airport Allows Travelers to Smuggle Marijuana

Although the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, said last year that it does not actively look for marijuana during security checkpoints, that has not made attempts to smuggle personal stashes across the fri...

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