High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Golf and Marijuana: Match Made in Heaven?

When you play golf, there will most likely be an attractive girl driving a cart around selling you alcohol and tobacco. How long will it be before courses in Washington and Colorado start selling marijuana to their golfers?

Study: Weed Growing on Colorado

It appears as though Colorado residents are growing used to the idea of legal weed. A recent survey from the folks at Public Policy Polling indicates that while there was some resistance, in the beginning, to the state’s recreational marijuana commerce, many of thos...

HIGH TIMES Legislation Roundup: Mar. 17

A recent survey from The Wall Street Journal and NBC News found that only 8 percent of the population believes marijuana is more dangerous than one of the most common sweeteners known to man -- sugar. Yet, so far, only two states -- Colorado and Washin...

Colorado: Marijuana Tax Refunds Expected

The IRS owes taxpayers millions of dollars for weed. Recent reports speculate that Colorado residents will receive an additional $100 million attached to their tax refunds next year thanks to the state’s newfound legal marijuana industry.

Colorado Generated Over $14 Million in January

Colorado’s stoner class was responsible for spending upwards of $14 million during the first month of recreational marijuana sales, which ultimately filled the pockets of the state to the tune of over $2 million in tax revenue.

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