High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Washington Paying Motorists to Submit to Drug Test

Marijuana users in Washington state are now at high risk of being charged with stoned driving simply by participating in an illusionary law enforcement tactic disguised as paid market research.  

Washington State: Marijuana for Parolees

Talk about being sprung from the joint. The Washington Department of Corrections believes that prison life is hard enough without forcing them to live a sober existence once they are released. It is for this reason that, starting next week, the DOC plans to implement some...

Activist Pressure Forces O.penVAPE to Abandon Workplace Drug Testing

In mid-April, O.penVAPE, a company that makes a cannabis vaporizer that took Second Place for Best Product at the most recent HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup Denver, shocked the marijuana community by crowing about its new workplace drug testing policy. Now, thanks to coordinated...

Seattle Man Offers $1 Million for Retail Weed License

If at first you don’t succeed, pay the guys off and hope for the best. That is exactly what one Seattle ganjapreneur hopes to do in order to get his hands on one of Washington’s recreational marijuana licenses -- pay someone $1 million for his golden ticket to...

Washington State Stressed by Recreational Marijuana Industry

As Washington leisurely prepares to launch the state’s newfound recreational marijuana trade, there appears to be mass confusion on behalf of both licensees and the Liquor Control Board. The main question posed by all of those chosen to pioneer the state’s sto...

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