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Uruguay Legalizes It!

Despite protestations from the U.N., Uruguay Pres. Jose Mujica signed into law legislation that allows the South American country to regulate the cultivation and sale of marijuana on Monday.

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De Blasio's Daughter Drank, Smoked Pot

Chiara de Blasio, daughter of New York's incoming mayor, Bill, sought drug and alcohol treatment after her first year in college. "Now I'm actually getting to explore things that aren't partying," she says.

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Happy Holidaze from CelebStoner

We'd like to wish a Mary Christmas and Hempy New Year to everyone who visits CelebStoner and works tirelessly to reform the country's archaic marijuana laws. Let's legalize it everywhere in 2014!

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Sex, Drugs and Phil Robertson

The controversy over Phil Robertson's remarks about homosexuality has sparked a huge debate over his right to speak his mind. The suspended "Duck Dynasty" star once led a "sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle."

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The Top 10 Stoner Movies of 2013

Four films - "We're the Millers," "This Is the End," "21 and Over" and "Spring Breakers" - raked in nearly $300 million at the box office this year. The rest of the movies on this list… not so much.

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Steve Katz's Amazing Turnaround

Why did Republican Assemblyman from New York Steve Katz buck his party and recently voted twice in favor of marijuana legislation? He got busted for pot, that's why.

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311's 11th Album Due on 3/11

Before 420, there was was 311. Twenty-four years ago, the quintet came together in Omaha, moved to Los Angeles and the rest is stoner-music history. They plan to release their latest album, "Stereolithic," on 311 Day in New Orleans.

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N.A. Poe Fined by Feds for Pot Protest Bust

Philadelphia marijuana activist N.A. Poe walked out of federal court Dec. 13 with a big smile on his face. "Today is a victory for free speech," he proclaimed after being sentenced on three charges he's faced since May.

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