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Cannabis Products Recalled in Arizona Over Possible Contamination

Regulators in Arizona announced this week that a cannabis establishment in the state has voluntarily recalled a certain product that may be contaminated with a fungus. The Arizona Department of Health Services said on Monday that a product known as Onion Bhaji was recalled “due to possible contamination with Aspergillus, a fungus that can cause… Keep Reading

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Connecticut House Approve Bill Regulating Hemp Products

The Connecticut House of Representatives this week passed a bill to regulate ingestible hemp products, with lawmakers saying the legislation is necessary to protect the public from the potentially harmful effects of hemp-derived cannabinoids. The House approved the measure, House Bill 5150, by a vote of 130-16 on Tuesday, less than three months after it… Keep Reading

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Cheech and Chong Become Newest Operators in Call of Duty

Call of Duty (CoD) has stepped up its game once more with a few new 4/20-inspired content. This year, a cannabis-themed bundle and new operator skins that callback to two famous stoners: Cheech and Chong. The famous stoner duo can be purchased and usable in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, Warzone, and Warzone Mobile.… Keep Reading

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The Pharcyde: An Interview with the Hip-Hop Luminaries

*This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Bringing together reggae, rap, hip-hop, and a little bit of ska is Cali Vibes Music Festival, held every Valentine’s Day weekend on the Downtown Long Beach Waterfront. The GoldenVoice-run soiree has cherry picked the most significant cultural phenoms of Cali Reggae and neatly packed the biggest… Keep Reading

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Cannabis Social Equity: Struggles, Success

As we celebrate Black History Month this February, the ever-crucial issue of social equity—programs promoting equitable ownership among marginalized groups—within the legal cannabis industry has taken on an even greater significance, as the wheels of economic justice still too often turn against those who need it the most.  For example, last year, the Illinois CPA… Keep Reading

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Mickey Mouse Will Now Run Wild in Public Domain

This week, the Disney corporation must be delighted. Despite the company’s several attempts to prevent this news, Mickey Mouse – who debuted in 1928’s “Steamboat Willie” alongside Minnie Mouse – is now in the public domain. No doubt, production companies and artists were waiting in the wings for Mickey to join the public domain party,… Keep Reading

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Ridgeline Lights the Way

As Ridgeline Farms returned to the podium this year at The Emerald Cup, who could have imagined that they’d find their way to a Zalympix win a month later? They did. In entering Zalympix—California’s fastest-growing elite indoor contest, and now one of its largest—Ridgeline’s founder Jason Gellman showed his faith in what they are producing… Keep Reading

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Jon’s Stone-Cold Cop List #42: Puffcon, Round 3

I’ve said many times before that Puffcon is one of my favorite events in this scene – it’s like a family reunion – and thankfully this year’s event was no different. If anything, it was better.  Opening to the public for the first time – that is, to people who don’t already own a Puffco… Keep Reading

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Chadivation or Cultivation?

In this epic issue of High Times devoted to one of the biggest questions facing the cannabis industry today, legacy vs. legal, is legalization working? I feel like I’m in a unique position to tackle this query. Having been in the industry for almost 30 years I’ve had the chance to observe it through its… Keep Reading

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