High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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DC Politicians Are Hesitant to Implement Initiative 71

In the afterglow of the midterm election victories for legal cannabis, it's time to examine the nature of the laws themselves so that nationwide legalization can be meaningful and efficient, not to mention planning future cannabis tourism and events in such places.

Ore. to Drop Marijuana Charges Before Legalization

Oregon prosecutors are dropping marijuana charges before legalization goes into effect in the wake of Measure 91.

We Won The Election… Now When Can We Smoke and Grow Legally?

It's a resounding victory lap as recreational and medical marijuana laws pass in Alaska, Oregon and Washington, D.C. during the 2014 midterm elections. Now, it's a waiting game until they can legally toke.

10 Things You Can Now Do in DC, Oregon, and Alaska

With marijuana reform coming to Washington DC, Alaska and Oregon by way of the 2014 midterm elections, what does this mean for your personal rights in those states? Read to find out what is and isn't soon-to-be legal.

Oregon, Alaska Are Ground Zero for Pot Fight

From slick video ads online to scrawled chalk messages on college campus sidewalks, intense get-out-the-vote drives are mobilizing in Oregon and Alaska to legalize retail sales of marijuana to anyone old enough to drink.  

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