Weed is legal for recreational use in eight states across this great nation. Unfortunately, New York is not one of them; however, if it were, I would do everything in my power to avoid Chelsea Handler’s forthcoming celebrity weed strain.
Six years after marijuana became legal in Washington state, the city of Seattle will finally move to dismiss misdemeanor marijuana-possession convictions previously prosecuted by the city.
Instead of focusing on much more important issues like the opioid crisis and the steady dismantling of American civil rights, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has turned his attention to battling against legalized marijuana. That pretend war will now see him in court as he goes up against a 12-year-old girl who…
Like a Confederate soldier who kept fighting long after the war ended—actually, that too—Attorney General Jeff Sessions has kept up his myopic contention that marijuana is the devil’s plant, to the extent that he is now rescinding an Obama-era policy that discouraged the enforcement of federal marijuana laws in states…
“Oh, I was just being stupid,” is something I have found myself telling many an editor when questioned about a particular turn of phrase or idea in my work. I understand it’s an editor’s job to question (and I appreciate anyone who’s here to help my nonsense make more sense), but looking back on Pot Psychology, I’m…
Do you ever wonder what actors are smoking when their characters smoke weed? Well, wonder no more, because Kirsten Dunst shared how it’s supposed to go (and how it actually went) on at least one set. In Woodshock, Dunst’s character gets high a lot. What she smoked on set, she said last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, was…
In short: probably. But then again, what isn’t?
Last weekend I purchased some marijuana. Not from some friend of a friend of a friend, but from an actual dispensary in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, like the rest of Colorado, has recreational marijuana dispensaries where you can purchase weed legally. It was cool.
Senator Cory Booker has proposed a bill called the Marijuana Justice Act that would legalize marijuana on a federal level, and promises support for people unfairly targeted by the country’s harshly punitive drug laws.
Marijuana has a healthier image than many other drugs (or, depending on who you ask, alcohol), and it can ease symptoms like nausea that tend to crop up in pregnancy. But we are accumulating evidence that marijuana is probably not a great idea to use if you’re pregnant. In particular, the THC component can affect a…
61 percent of Americans approve of recreational marijuana legalization, while just 20 percent of New Jerseyans approve of Gov. Chris Christie. According to math, Chris Christie should probably not throw a loud and extended fit about the dangers of pot, and yet here he is, doing it. Why not, I guess?
Today The High Ends, a new website devoted to highlight and further normalize women stoners, launched with a teaser video of extremely cool ladies—an assortment of movers and shakers including chefs, models, singers and writers—lighting up their Js.
I was like you once: eating a single bite of food with pot in it and freaking right the fuck out. The first time I had a pot brownie, I did what any sensible 15-year-old might: I decided they weren’t working, ate half the pan, waited two hours, then watched the entire room flip onto its side and felt the sensation…
Yes, you read that correctly. Harry Potter! Arrested! Weed!
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A senior citizen from Amherst, MA, recently had her beloved weed plant—which she’d been growing in her backyard among her raspberry bushes for years—seized by the Massachusetts National Guard.
Nashville, of all places, could be the next U.S. city to ease up on marijuana-related offenses if a new ordinance gets passed this week.
Colorado’s legalized marijuana laws have been predictably fruitful for white entrepreneurs, but reports confirm it’s made black and Latino teens even bigger targets of weed-related arrests.
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