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Former Mexico President Fox Joins 'High Times' Board As Company Plans IPO

"There's never been a better time to join the fight" to decriminalize cannabis, Vicente Fox said as he joined the marijuana-focused magazine, which he said has been "building an empire in the dark."

Former Mexico President and longtime advocate for the legalization of marijuana, Vicente Fox, has joined the board of directors of High Times, the company announced Monday.

The addition of on the Nasdaq.

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