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HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: October 19

It was another eventful week for marijuana legalization across the United States. Some of the biggest news to surface comes from the war nerve of prohibition – Washington D.C. -- where a number of riders have been introduced in an attempt to prevent federal interfer...

Breaking: California Lawmakers Finally Tackle Medical Marijuana

Nearly 20 years after California voters approved the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, lawmakers finally agreed on a package of bills to create the first statewide licensing and operating rules for pot growers and retail weed outlets. They did so in the face of a l...

Pot Policy: Marijuana Users as Consumers

For decades most marijuana users have looked forward with hope to the day when cannabis would be legalized. In many respects legalization has had a singular meaning – they could use marijuana without being threatened with arrest or other criminal sanctions. &nbs...

United Nations Asked to Change International Drug Laws

While the United Nation prepares for the first time in nearly two decades to examine the staleness of international drug law, advocates from all over the world have joined forces in an attempt to persuade the global governance to reform the policies that bind individual n...

Canada: Parliament's Scathing Report on Pot's 'Harm'

Parliament backtracks and reverses decision on marijuana's medicinal and overall value.



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