Even with all the setbacks, spirits were high around Amsterdam and the celebration continued into the evening when hash-industry legend Mila celebrated her birthday with HIGH TIMES at the Melkweg. The evening featured DJs, hip-hop artists, a reggae band, capoeira and danc...
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NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Pot should be legal. We could use the money. But that's getting ignored in the wake of this week's Supreme Court decision.
Hanging on someone's bedroom wall - maybe on a lot of bedroom walls - is a sign from southern Minnesota that says "420th Avenue" or "420th Street." That might not mean anything to mom or dad, but to a stoner, it's far out.
The Parachute, Colo., Police Department has a problem: how do get rid of 151 pounds of marijuana.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - One of the lead plaintiffs in the medical marijuana case decided by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday says she'll defy the ruling and continue to smoke pot.
June 6 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to the medical marijuana movement, ruling that federal narcotics laws ban the drug even when it never crosses state lines and is used only to relieve pain or nausea.
Chemicals found in cannabis could be used to relieve symptoms of severe mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder, researchers have claimed. The drug itself has previously been linked to an increased risk of developing such conditions.