Pacific Northwest Marijuana Growing Limits Are Becoming Absurd

The post Pacific Northwest Marijuana Growing Limits Are Becoming Absurd appeared first on High Times. It seems like it should be an easy question to answer. How many cannabis plants are you legally allowed to cultivate at home if you’re an adult living in Washington or Oregon? After all, both […]

Legalize (What People Are Doing With) Marijuana!

The post Legalize (What People Are Doing With) Marijuana! appeared first on High Times. There isn’t a week that goes by where I’m not reading some article, blog or comment from someone in the cannabis community who hates how the process of legalizing marijuana is proceeding. “It’s destroyed medical marijuana!” […]

DPA Reform Conference Day 3: Ending Prohibition

The post DPA Reform Conference Day 3: Ending Prohibition appeared first on High Times. The Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) Reform Conference happens every two years. It’s a truly amazing event that brings together drug policy activists from around the world to discuss a reform agenda beyond just legalization of marijuana. Lately, though, […]

Radical Rant: 20 Percent of U.S. Has Legal Weed, Arrests Still High

The post Radical Rant: 20 Percent of U.S. Has Legal Weed, Arrests Still High appeared first on High Times. The Trump administration doesn’t want you to know that as we’re legalizing marijuana nationwide, there are still a troubling number of pot arrests around the country. The latest Uniform Crime Report […]

Radical Rant: Sessions’ DOJ Wants to Crackdown on Weed—But Will They?

There has been much trepidation within the cannabis community since the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, and with him, the installation of uber-prohibitionist Jeff Sessions as his attorney general. There hasn’t been an attorney general who hates cannabis and those who consume it as […]

Radical Rant: State Worker Allegedly Steals MMJ Dispensary Tax Payments

You’ve heard this story before. But this time, there’s a twist. The federal government considers marijuana a Schedule I controlled substance. Federal laws prevent financial institutions from laundering the proceeds of trafficking in Schedule I substances. States have passed laws allowing the medical and recreational use of marijuana. States have […]