High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Marijuana Clubs Register in Uruguay, But Backlash Brews

Uruguay started registering cannabis growers' clubs at the end of October. Under the plan, licensed clubs of up to 45 members will be allowed to grow a maximum of 99 plants annually, with each club member permitted to produce up to 480 grams per year. This is an advan...

Marijuana Wins Big in 2014 Elections

Oregon became the third state in the Union to legalize recreational marijuana on Tuesday, while Washington, DC residents will soon be allowed to grow and possess pot without fear of legal repercussions. As if that wasn’t enough, Alaskan voters approved Measure 2 ear...

DC Considering Retail Marijuana Sales

Pot-friendly lawmakers in the District of Columbia have done everything but pistol-whip the president in the name of reforming the marijuana laws in our nation’s capital. Earlier this year, the DC Council voted to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana, while a ba...

Oregon, Alaska Are Ground Zero for Pot Fight

From slick video ads online to scrawled chalk messages on college campus sidewalks, intense get-out-the-vote drives are mobilizing in Oregon and Alaska to legalize retail sales of marijuana to anyone old enough to drink.  

Oregon Moms: For and Against Legal Marijuana

Both sides in Oregon's debate over whether to legalize marijuana are appealing to maternal instincts with the election less than three weeks away.

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