High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Will Ending Pot Prohibition Boost Organized Crime?

Legalization of marijuana in the United States is destined to create a highly lucrative environment for organized crime, according to a new report published by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

YouGov Poll: Pot Use in Legal States Should Not Cost Your Job

By a 3-to-1 margin, Americans polled recently by Huffington Post / YouGov stated that the use of marijuana by adults in a state where marijuana is legal should not be the basis for firing an employee.

Maine Police: We’ll Still Bust You for Weed

Even though possession of marijuana is now officially legal in the city of Portland, local police say they still plan to bust people for weed.

Recreational Pot Legalized in Four US Cities by 2-to-1 Margin

Election Day 2013 found four US cities -- Portland, Maine and Ferndale, Jackson, and Lansing, Michigan -- voting on proposals to decriminalize or legalize personal possession of marijuana. In all four cities, marijuana reform passed by overwhelming margins.

Boulder Delays Recreational Pot Shops

Boulder, Colorado residents will have to wait until sometime in March to purchase recreational cannabis from storefronts. Late Tuesday night the Boulder City Council decided to delay the date that existing medical pot dispensaries can apply for retail pot licens...

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