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10 People Fighting for Cannabis Legalization You Need to Know

By | June 27th, 2018|activism, Bill Maher, Cory Booker, featured, People, Sanjay Gupta|

As more states go green, enjoying unprecedented access to decriminalized cannabis, it can be easy to forget the legion of outspoken voices that have publicly battled to get us to this encouraging point. Activists in a multitude of realms continue to dig in and fight for those in the U.S. who are still under the [...]

Pot Company Uses Proceeds to Help Kids Taken From Undocumented Parents

By | June 19th, 2018|activism, children, Donald Trump, human rights, Jeff Sessions, News|

A cannabis company in Oregon has teamed up with a dispensary to help kids taken from undocumented parents. Leif Goods will donate $1 for each of its chocolate bars sold at Farma during the next week. In the last six weeks, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has separated nearly 2,000 migrant children from their parents. [...]

$4k ‘Elephant Tusk’ Joint Sold at Auction

By | June 15th, 2018|activism, Culture, environment, Events, featured, News|

Last night, the new premium cannabis company Stone Road Farms hosted what is sure to be one of the coolest parties of the summer. Thrown at Fig Earth Supplies in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, this party had it all: a full bar, areas where party-goers could customize their own joints (plus pocket a [...]

Meet the Mother Teresa for Pot Prisoners

By | June 13th, 2018|activism, Exclusive, interview, People, pot prisoners, prison|

Beth Curtis used to fill her days playing tennis with friends and attending community board meetings in her rural home of Zanesville, Ohio, a small coal country city on the outskirts of Appalachia. But in the past decade, the social calendar of the 76-year-old widow and mother of three has all but disappeared. Instead, she [...]

Mexico’s March Toward Legalization is Thanks in Part to its Northern Neighbors

By | June 7th, 2018|activism, canada, legalization, Mexico, USA|

Mexico is a place where you can find anything. It may take some hunting, but eventually you’ll find it. Such is the case with good weed and quality hemp products, a large portion of which are imported, both legally and illegally from the United States and Canada. Soon, the country may be given the go [...]

Cannabis Equality in the Green Revolution

By | May 16th, 2018|activism, featured, Justice, March 2018 Issue, Race|

The US marijuana industry, despite the forces of evil in Washington that would destroy it, has become a booming, multibillion-dollar player in the economy. Soon, eight states will be fully legalized—not to mention Washington, DC, itself—and there are more on the way. With cannabis production and distribution morphing into a nationwide enterprise, opportunities abound in [...]

CBD Company Organizes Patients To Fight For Better Medical Marijuana

By | May 2nd, 2018|activism, Iowa, News, regulations, THC|

In Iowa, medical marijuana patients want access to stronger medicine. Petitioning lawmakers to change the state’s restrictive medical marijuana regulations, patients, led by CBD company MedPharm, appeared at the Statehouse in Des Moines. Here’s a look at the legislation Iowans are looking to change, and the long road to reform ahead. Iowa’s Restrictive Medical Marijuana [...]

Dear Media: Please Stop It With The Weed Puns Already!

By | April 26th, 2018|activism, Culture, Stigma, TV, Writing|

Dear media, please stop with the weed puns already. They are very stigmatizing and make serious topics risible. Don’t get us wrong. At High Times, we love to see how many mainstream journalists and reporters, how many websites and magazines, are getting aboard the cannabis train and providing serious coverage. There’s a lot going on, and [...]

How A Marijuana Company Is Giving Back To The Community

By | February 1st, 2018|activism, California, charity, News|

The post How A Marijuana Company Is Giving Back To The Community appeared first on High Times. For some, the weed industry might seem like an evil scheme trying to capitalize on the downtrodden of America. Yet, this still mostly outlaw trade is, by far, considered one of the most community-conscious business sectors in the [...]

Marijuana Anonymous: Is It Necessary?

By | January 22nd, 2018|activism, addiction, News|

The post Marijuana Anonymous: Is It Necessary? appeared first on High Times. There is a vile plague spreading across the land—a green leech, of sorts—with the uncanny ability to go to the gutter for the eternal souls of every sex, race and religion and bury their combustible corpses in the most rotten inception of hell. [...]