High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Drug Policies

Commission Wants UN to Adopt Alternative Drug Policies

The United Nations has a golden opportunity to promote alternate approaches to global drug policy next month when it meets in New York for a special session, but a high-profile commission said Friday that the work leading up to the meeting has so far been disappointing.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: March 7

It has been a productive week in the fight to reform the ridiculous laws against marijuana that continue to plague the United States. Some of the biggest news this week comes from Ohio, where advocates have published the details of a major initiative aimed at legalizing m...

Candidates Talk Legal Pot, Criminal Justice Reform and More at Fourth Democratic Debate

At the fourth Democratic presidential debate on Sunday, Bernie Sanders, who is cutting into Hillary Clinton’s lead, criticized current drug policies for incarcerating non-violent pot offenders rather than using that same money for social and econ...

Pot Matters: Heroin Drives the Harm Reduction Learning Curve

Criminal penalties do not restrict or reduce the availability, potency or use of drugs. The facts about heroin prove that drug control, by way of prohibition, is not only a myth but also a sad and tragic folly.

Schools Mull Medical Marijuana Policies Over Student Use

After years of trying to keep marijuana out of schools, educators across the country are grappling with how to administer cannabis to students with prescriptions for it.

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