HIGH TIMES hit the streets to learn more about pot and politics and find out how everyday New Yorkers would go about legalizing marijuana if they were president. Join HIGH TIMES correspondent Allie Peck for another installment of High on the Street!
HIGH TIMES, the most reliable and trusted voice in all things marijuana for the past 42 years and leading force in the ongoing legalization campaign, is hosting its first-ever Business Summit in Washington, D.C. from December 14-16, 2015.
While the United States government continues to sandbag the issue of nationwide marijuana reform, the newly elected Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has already set into motion the procedures necessary to bring down prohibition in the northern nation.
Although the rumor mill has suggested that New York’s medical marijuana program will not be anywhere near ready to launch by January 2016, the state’s Health Department recently issued a statement suggesting that there have been no delays and that the program ...
Hillary Clinton Suggests Rescheduling Marijuana, But Does Not Currently Support Like-Minded Legislation
While Hillary Clinton has always been one of those political figures who starts to giggle whenever the issue of marijuana legalization is put on the table, the Democratic presidential front-runner somehow managed to control her chuckle-headed expressions over the weekend ...