High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Marijuana Decriminalization

Maryland Legislature Rejects Veto, Paraphernalia Decriminalized

Despite an attempt by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to continue bringing the criminal hammer down on those caught in possession of marijuana paraphernalia, those caught with pipes, bongs and other smoking devises no longer have to worry about being sent to jail.  ...

Landmark Cannabis Case in Costa Rica Could Lead to Decriminalization

Costa Rica took a step towards becoming the next Latin American country to decriminalize cannabis this week, when attorney Mario Alberto Cerdas Salazar was cleared of cultivation charges on grounds of individual liberties.   

Toledo Decriminalization Law Gives “No Fines, No Jail Time” for Felony Pot Offenses

While Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine attempts to sabotage a measure completely decriminalizing marijuana possession in the city of Toledo, local prosecutors appear to be doing their best to maintain the integrity of the ordinance.  

Palm Beach County Votes to Decriminalize Pot Possession

According to WPTV, the Palm Beach County Commissioners passed a motion 4 to 1 on Tuesday, making possession of 20 grams of pot or less a civil infraction.   

Police In Houston To Stop Charging Minor Pot Offenders

Beginning January 1, police in America’s fourth largest city will cease filing criminal charges against minor marijuana possession offenders.  

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