High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Senators Introduce Bill Aimed at Legalizing Medical Marijuana Nationwide

A group of bipartisan legislators are seeking to repeal the federal ban on medical marijuana for the first time in history. The proposal would fully eliminate the risk of federal prosecution in states that have established medicinal cannabis programs.

Study: Psychedelics Do Not Contribute to Crazy

Despite decades of propaganda aimed at convincing the population that madness was imminent with the repeated use of psychedelic drugs, scientists now say they have discovered conclusive evidence to discount this claim.

DC Pot Activists Set to Protest Ban on Public Smoking

The high following legalization in Washington, DC was short-lived as complications and bitter feuding immediately set in.

Marijuana Allergies Are A Growing Problem

As much as we'd like to believe otherwise, it's entirely possible for a person to be allergic to pot. Just like pollen, grass and ragweed, marijuana can trigger allergic reactions in certain people, and according to a new study, it's a growing problem.

Advertising Company Uses 'Weed Cookies' To Get Marijuana Legalized

An old advertising technique is being adapted for political use and has already helped get marijuana legalized in Alaska and Oregon.

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