High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Portland Airport Allows Travelers to Smuggle Marijuana

Although the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, said last year that it does not actively look for marijuana during security checkpoints, that has not made attempts to smuggle personal stashes across the fri...

Life Hack: How to Avoid Getting Searched at an Airport

An anonymous source from the TSA has leaked a checklist used for identifying suspicious behavior. While not actually classified information, documents regarding the controversial Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques (SPOT) have been a closely held by the TSA,...

TSA Busts Woman Smuggling 81 Pounds of Weed

Sliding through airport security with a small stash of weed might get you busted, but attempting to smuggle several suitcases loaded up with more than 80 pounds of marijuana… well, that will most likely get you busted.  

Inflight Pot? Maybe

As more states legalize medical marijuana, airplane passengers in certain situations are being permitted to carry marijuana on board, even if TSA agents sniff out the drugs.

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