High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Miami Cops Want to Decriminalize Marijuana, Proposal to Be Heard

The Miami-Dade Police Department is tired of wasting valuable resources to bring the heat down on low-level pot offenders. They hope the city will accept a new proposal later this week, which aims to decriminalize the possession of marijuana and, ultimately, allow officer...

President Obama to Quell Militarization of Local Police Forces

The overzealous soldiers of the American drug war could experience a major disarmament courtesy of the Obama Administration. On Monday, the President banned the federal government from supplying local police departments with military-grade weapons, while also encouraging ...

Massachusetts Police Force Offers Free Drug Treatment Instead of Arrest

While most law enforcement agencies across the United States continue to treat drug users as though they are common criminals, some have cast out their old school methodologies and adopted a more common sense approach to combating the scourge of addiction on their city st...

Contentious Texas Bill Puts Civil Liberties on the Chopping Block

A bill that would restrict the rights of citizens and essentially put all civil liberties at risk was introduced in the Texas House of Representatives on Tuesday.

Police Accidentally Get an Entire Neighborhood High with Marijuana Bonfire

Indonesian police recently lit up 3.3 tons of marijuana outside their West Jakarta office, and subsequently got residents and journalists covering the incident pretty darn high.



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