High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Washington

Seattle City Attorney: Don’t Pay Pot Tickets

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes wants stoners cited for catching a buzz in public to not pay their fines.  

GOP Wants Federal Stoned Driving Standards

The congressional grey hairs of the GOP met earlier in the week to point fingers at states that have legalized marijuana for both medicinal and recreational purposes because the consensus believes increased access to cannabis is responsible for killing citizens along the ...

Does the Smell of Marijuana Smoke Violate Your Rights?

In the immortal words of Lynyrd Skynyrd -- "Ooooh that smell, Can't you smell that smell?" Ever since recreational marijuana sales got started earlier this month in Washington state, some residents have been complaining that they cannot relax in their backya...

Main Street Marijuana, Open for Business

Twenty months after Washingtonians voted yes on recreational marijuana, the first pot shops have been cleared to open for business. July 8th was the official first day, but the 9th was the opening of the first pot store in SW Washington’s Clark County, just a hop, s...

Seattle Attorney: Sorry for Bringing Weed to Work

When Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes showed up at Cannabis City last Tuesday to show his support for the stoner class on the first day of Washington state’s legal marijuana sales, he probably didn’t consider that his pot purchase would result in some form of...

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