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Newt Gingrich: Death Penalty For Smuggling Weed

Introduced on September 25, 1996 -- late in the second year of Gingrich's term as Speaker of the House -- the bill directed courts to sentence anyone who brought more than 2oz of weed into the US to life in prison or death.

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: May 12

Inside the political pit, there is a push right now to legalize marijuana in several states, with advocates eyeing the potential outcome of the November election and some even looking towards 2016.

When The NCAA Bans You For Pot...Go To The NBA

Michigan was in the NCAA basketball tournament and susceptible to testing for banned substances such as marijuana. Mitch McGary tested positive for THC and was ruled in-eligible for his entire junior year.  

Denver Health Inspector: Surprise Visits to Marijuana Edibles Makers

Food safety inspections of businesses that manufacture and sell marijuana edibles in Denver have found products that should be refrigerated sitting out on shelves and preparation methods insufficient to kill bacteria that can cause serious food-borne illness.

Most Insurance Providers Reject Medical Marijuana

Since most insurance providers do not cover medical marijuana, the average patient is often faced with the burden of handling this expense out-of-pocket, which is not cheap. Depending on the condition and the severity of the symptoms, medical marijuana can cost a patient ...

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