High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


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Latin America Gets High

By José Orozco

Cannabis-Friendly Gulf War Vet Announces Candidacy for San José City Council

San Jose, CA РFebruary 20, 2006 РDennis Kyne has just announced that he is running as a cannabis-friendly candidate for San Jos̩ city council District 3. Dennis is a disabled Gulf War combat veteran and Proposition 215 patient who is taking on a new enemy - ...

Marijuana Use Up for Discussion

If marijuana becomes a legal substance, Tennessee has the ideal growing conditions to cultivate a cannabis farm, according to High Times magazine Editor Steve Hager.

NJ Weedman's Outta Here

PEMBERTON, NJ-February 20, 2006 - A marijuana activist who tried to change his name to NJWeedman.com is giving up on the Philadelphia region and moving to California.

Ricky Williams Violates NFL's Substance Abuse Policy Again

DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Herald is reporting that Dolphins running back Ricky Williams has once again violated the NFL's substance abuse policy and is facing a one-year suspension.

Judge Orders Release of Spy Docs

WASHINGTON -- A federal judge ordered the Bush administration on Thursday to release documents about its warrantless surveillance program or spell out what it is withholding, a setback to efforts to keep the program under wraps.

Georgia Lawmakers Want to Outlaw Pot-Flavored Candy

ATLANTA -- Candy that's flavored like marijuana would be outlawed under a bill proposed in the state Senate.

E-tracking Through Your Cell Phone

Commentary--You may already know this, but your cell phone happens to be a miniature tracking device that can be used to monitor your location from afar.

Green Carpet Fever

Living it up at the 5th annual Stony Awards. (Almost Infamous - Feb 2006)

Marijuana is Now Washington State's No. 8 Leading Agricultural Product

SPOKANE -- Law enforcement officers harvested a dubious record last year: enough marijuana plants to rank the illegal weed as Washington state's No. 8 agricultural commodity, edging sweet cherries in value.



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