Just because we’re stoners doesn’t mean we’re lazy.
And he’s a Pink Floyd fan! This is one dope politician, ladies and gents.
An 11-year-old boy was suspended from school for a year for “possession of marijuana,” even though three separate tests showed up negative for cannabis.
A studio in San Francisco offers a semi-weekly “ganja yoga” class. Here’s what happens when you blaze it and then bend it.
The windfall in January is 10 times what the state collected during the same month last year from the school-designated marijuana excise tax.
“What brings you in for an alcohol prescription?”
Soon you might be able to “satisfy [your] bowl” and get “half baked” while listening to some “Cherry Garcia.” (Yes those are all real Ben and Jerry’s flavors).
Why yes, I think I will have another ice cream, cream cheese, and Nutella wrap with a side of Cheez Its! Nom nom nom.
Initiative 71 allows for the legal possession of up to 2 ounces of marijuana for adults aged 21 and older. But it’s still illegal to smoke in public places.
She should run for president for reals.
First of all, there are now clothes you can smoke. Second of all, there’s a fight about it.
Lawmakers in Jamaica approved a law that decriminalizes possession of up to 2 ounces of marijuana and establishes an agency to regulate a medical marijuana industry.
Is D.C. going to become like Amsterdam?
It’s the third state in the U.S. to allow people to grow, sell, and smoke marijuana. There are a lot of catches, though.
This week for BuzzFeed News, Andrew McMillen explores the high-flying world of planespotters. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed News and around the web.
Shut out of legitimate financial institutions, marijuana entrepreneurs are finding unusual ways to park their cash.
They’re better because you got high!
And consumers of edibles. It’s called HighThere!
This week for BuzzFeed News, Adam Serwer and Katie J.M. Baker unravel the conflicting history and messages of men’s rights leader Paul Elam. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed News and around the web.
President Obama’s fiscal budget would allow for the legal sale of marijuana in D.C. by rolling back restrictions placed in Congress’ proposed spending deal.
After decades of being at the forefront of the marijuana legalization movement, California has been left in the dust by other states. Infighting between activists may turn 2016 into another losing year.
Whether you’re an occasional smoker or Laganja Estranja, you know that every high can be a different experience. So grab your Cheetos and let these drag queens remind you of all the different types of stoned you’ve ever been.
“The Federal Government opposes drug legalization because it runs counter to a public health and safety approach to drug policy,” a White House official tells BuzzFeed News after Loretta Lynch testifies.
A friend with weed is a friend indeed.