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...

Uruguay’s Legal Weed Market at Risk of Being Snuffed Out

Although Uruguay is on the verge of becoming the first country in the world to establish a nationwide marijuana market, support for the program has been lackluster, with concerns that the upcoming presidential election could put the head of this progressive concept on the...

Uruguayans Now Allowed to Grow Marijuana

Uruguay’s pot smoking populous was given the opportunity earlier this week to put their names on the list of residents who intend to grow weed at home.   

Uruguay's Fútbol Team Has A Bad Case Of The Munchies

Uruguay...you're really high, sit down for a minute!    

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