HIGH TIMES hit the streets to learn more about pot and politics and find out how everyday New Yorkers would go about legalizing marijuana if they were president. Join HIGH TIMES correspondent Allie Peck for another installment of High on the Street!
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: Coffee shops licensed to sell marijuana in the southern Dutch city of Maastricht will begin fingerprinting customers and scanning their IDs this summer, a spokesman for the shops said Wednesday.
Left alone and sober as the HT staff parties in Jamaica, Craig decides to pay "Doc" a visit. It's a visit he won't soon forget. With a small fleet of boats and planes, and several large-scale grow ops, "Doc" is probably NYC's largest pot wholesaler.
WASHINGTON D.C. – A U.S. Department of Justice-appointed judge submitted her final recommendation to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) on May 15, calling on the agency to end a forty-year government monopoly on the supply of research-grade marijuana availa...
"It was a nightmare," says landlady Kyla Brooke of renting out a house in West Sonoma County. "They completely trashed the house -- they covered the floors with plastic, changed the electricity, added fans. They were pouring corrosive chemicals down the pipes. In the end, th...
Legalize Pot to Halt Violence, Group Urges; Marijuana Dealers, Not the Drug Itself, Blamed for Crime
Legalizing drugs as a way to combat the drug trade may go against traditional views, but it's an idea with its share of supporters.
Federal prosecutors charged 44 people in a drug-smuggling ring Wednesday, having confiscated a stash that included 350 kilograms of high-grade heroin from Colombia, 220 kilograms of cocaine, 1 kilogram of methamphetamine, and 150 pounds of marijuana. The authorities pegged t...
The United Nations’ top anti-drugs official in Tehran says an estimated 1.2 to 2 million people from a total population of 70 million in Iran take drugs
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