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A first division Lotto winner has won his fight to keep a lifestyle block he bought with the winnings – and then used to grow 116 cannabis plants.
SCIENTISTS invented a device that can easily detect a drug user simply from the way pupils react to certain types of light.
Washington, DC: The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Drug Law Reform Project, along with Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), has filed a federal class action suit against the US Department of Education challenging the constitutionality of a Congressional ban on fi...
SAN FRANCISCO - Each time the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled on medical marijuana, the justices have come down against allowing the sick and dying to use the drug to ease their symptoms and possibly prolong life.
The government of the Indian state of Punjab is in the wholesale cannabis business, the Times of India reported Monday. The state government sells bhang, an intoxicating preparation made from the leaves and flowers of the marijuana plant, known locally as "sukha."
HIGH TIMES Comedy Night at the Improv returns next week with twice the high-larity in a pair of shows with outstanding lineups.
NEW YORK—Casual readers of the marijuana-enthusiast magazine High Times are no more likely than non-readers to develop a habit for harder forms of reading, according to a study released Monday by the National Institutes of Health.
EWARTON, JAMAICA – Robert Clarke, the gray-haired managing director of Worthy Park Estate, one of Jamaica's most productive sugar plantations and factories, looks out from the mill over his 9,000 acres of sugar cane in the valley and frowns.