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The Ultimate Legislative Review for 2014

We've been keeping you posted on the latest marijuana reform and cannabis legislature each week, but here we have the greatest-hits of what went down politically during 2014. Let's reflect on some of the bigger stories that came from Alaska, Washington DC, Colorad...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: Dec 29

Despite the holidays, there were several measures introduced last week to legalize marijuana in the United States. There are rumors circulating over a supposed “cartel”-like initiative to legalize medical marijuana in Ohio, while an organization in Missouri pu...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: Dec 15

A few states have made significant progress in legalizing recreational marijuana, setting the tone for further reform in 2016. Read all about what happened in the realm of American pot legislation last week right here in the HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: December 15.

Will a New President Stifle the Cannabis Industry?

Despite massive state efforts to legalize marijuana, one Harvard professor warns that a new presidential administration might put in an end to all of these gains on a national level.

California Attorney General Claims Legal Pot Is “Inevitable”

The top cop in California confesses that marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington is being looked at as an example for possible reform in the golden state.

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