Sure, the commercial may be a bit silly, but it effectively conveys the company's message and definitely held our attention! Check it out!
BY CECILIA OLECK
TIFTON, Ga. Dec 3, 2005 — Trained wasps could someday replace dogs for sniffing out drugs, bombs and bodies. No kidding.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands — A broad coalition of political parties unveiled a pilot program Friday to regulate marijuana farming on the model of tobacco. Opponents say the plan would be tantamount to legalizing growing the drug.
By Chris Simunek photos by Pot Star
A DRUG which makes users feel superhuman is being taken by rebel fanatics before they launch attacks against UK troops in Iraq.
For the past two months, sold-out crowds have packed the Hollywood Improv in Los Angeles to watch some of the top comedians in the country in action at the monthly HIGH TIMES COMEDY NIGHT. On Dec. 14 @ 8 pm, the show returns with a lineup featuring Sarah Silverman (Jesus Is ...
Story & photos by Mark Miller
DENVER -- A Denver resident is using the recently passed I-100 measure to challenge a ticket he received for possessing pot.
DRUGGIES caught with enough cannabis to make 500 joints could escape being charged as dealers under planned guidelines.
Time is running out for members of Congress to add their signatures to a letter supporting an end to the government monopoly on marijuana production for research. The final letter will be used in a hearing taking place in December.