Thursday, December 12, 2019
High Times and another marijuana magazine are suing the State of Colorado over its ban on weed-related advertising. The two magazines (the other is Westword, an alternative weekly newspaper in Denver) filed suit in federal court in February over regulations that...
Late this summer, the Obama administration promised it wouldn’t interfere in states that legalize weed. The signs so far are less than encouraging. Federal agents raided more than a dozen medical marijuana dispensaries and grow sites in the Denver area...
This could be a huge year for marijuana reform. Legalization will be on the ballot in Nevada, and probably in several other states. Lawmakers elsewhere could legalize by way of legislatures. Congress could reschedule the drug. But don't expect much...
No one wants to get arrested. Jail sucks, fines suck, the simple inconvenience sucks. Even a low-end bust for marijuana possession can be a decidedly unpleasant experience. But the consequences for many people are much worse than a few days...
A Missouri man who was serving a life sentence for a non-violent marijuana crime will soon be free, his lawyer said. Jeff Mizanskey, 61, was locked up for more than 20 years. The decision to release him was announced by...
A planned anti-drug summit in Oregon drew ire from proponents of a ballot initiative that would legalize marijuana, leading organizers to cancel. Supporters of the initiative, known as Measure 91, noted that at least one local non-profit was using federal...
Colorado is expanding its marijuana enforcement team, with new offices planned across the state as recreational pot goes on sale Jan. 1. The state’s Department of Revenue is responsible for enforcing several aspects of Colorado’s marijuana law, approved by voters...
It’s the dream only a lazy stoner could love. And it’s finally come true. A group of marijuana entrepreneurs unveiled Colorado’s first pot vending machine in April, opening the door to a future of semi-convenience, security, and lazy stoner jokes....
Opponents of marijuana reform like to toss out arguments, few with merit, to explain why it makes sense to prohibit a popular drug after nearly a century of failing to do just that. One of the most popular is also...
Efforts to decriminalize marijuana in New York are going nowhere for a while, but tokers caught in Brooklyn could get a break under the man likely to become the borough’s new prosecutor. Ken Thompson, Democratic candidate for King’s County district...

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