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HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: June 2

Last week, the biggest legislative movements were when the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of an amendment to restrict DEA raids, while Minnesota, with perhaps one of the most bizarre pieces of marijuana legislation ever, became the 22nd state to le...

Denver Airport: Pot Ban Working

Despite fears that toking tourists would use the airport to smuggle marijuana across state lines, authorities say they have not been forced to confiscate weed or even issue a citation for this offense because it is simply not happening.

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.

Arizona: Supreme Court Overturns Marijuana DUI Verdict

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the state could only prosecute motorists for driving under the influence of marijuana if a person is stoned during the traffic stop -- a controversial decision as states like Michigan fight to pass legislation to implement r...

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