James Higdon

freelance writer

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Freelance writer James Higdon is covering drug policy for Politico Magazine. He is the author of Cornbread Mafia: A Homegrown Syndicate's Code of Silence and the Biggest Marijuana Bust in American History.

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2016 Cannabis Cup Photo courtesy  Cannabis Reports  
 Nevada voters legalized recreational marijuana last November, and there was a sense of paranoia on the free bus from Las Vegas…

Could cannabis be focus of new battle over states' rights?

2016 Cannabis Cup Photo courtesy Cannabis Reports Nevada voters legalized recreational marijuana last November, and there was a sense of paranoia on the free bus from Las Vegas…

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