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Since 1974, HIGH TIMES magazine has reported on marijuana in all its aspects and wonders, covering this most fascinating plant, and the people who love it, with an eye towards politics, cultivation, connoisseurship, culture, travel, activism, and advocacy. Now, for the first time, were proud to present an all-new magazine dedicated to medical cannabis patients and providers nationwide, particularly those living in the 14 states (and growing) with laws protecting their rights.

In its premiere issue, on sale now, HIGH TIMES Medical Marijuana News and Reviews brings in experts to explain medical cannabis laws state-by-state, including how to get a doctors recommendation and medical ID, how to find the best medical marijuana dispensaries near you, how to choose the right strains, hash and edibles once you arrive, and how to get involved in the fight to protect the rights of medical marijuana patients and providers no matter where you live.

Want to be part of the new, green economy in medical marijuana? Seven Legal Pot Jobs takes you inside this emerging growth industry, while High Class pays a visit to Oaksterdam University, Americas first cannabis vocational school. The issuealso includes a cultivation column from Jorge Cervantes, an independent investigation of pot potency, an in depth report on Southern Californias ill-conceived medical marijuana policies, an exclusive interview with Debby Goldsberry of the Berkeley Patients Group, and the latest medical marijuana news nationwide.

With contributions from Americans for Safe Access, NORML, Dr, Lester Grinspoon, Rick Doblin, Valerie Corral, Steve DAngelo, and other leaders of the medical cannabis movement, HIGH TIMES Medical Marijuana News and Reviews arrives at selected newsstands and finer bookstores on Feb 2. Ask for it wherever you see HIGH TIMES sold.



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