High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Marijuana Legalization

Republican-Led House: No Legal Marijuana for DC

The District of Columbia’s referendum to legalize and regulate marijuana was nullified in the $1.1 trillion spending agreement reached by House and Senate negotiators on Tuesday night;  possession of cannabis was decriminalized.

3 Reasons Why Marijuana Legalization is Working

Fifty-year-old Rodrigo Silla (speaking above) is a lifelong cannabis farmer, and he was lamenting the rapidly dropping wholesale marijuana prices his crops would draw in an illuminating interview with The Washington Post in April.

Will Maine Legalize Next?

Marijuana advocates want to finally take their legalization drive — thus far the province of western states — to the Northeast, and they say the first state to do it here might be Maine.

DC Council in High-Speed Pursuit of Retail Pot Sales

There is a progressive, yet bizarre, undertaking currently in the works in our nation’s capital, one in which area lawmakers are pushing to legalize recreational marijuana sales, while the big dogs squatting on Capitol Hill continue to gnaw on the bone of prohibitio...

Can New Approach Idaho Legalize Marijuana in the State?

With medical marijuana legal in Canada, Nevada, and Montana and recreational marijuana legal in Oregon and Washington, the state of Idaho is one of three Western states, along with Wyoming and Utah, which have staunchly resisted the growing support for marijuana legality....

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