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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.

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...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: April 21

Over the course of the past week, we have watched state lawmakers sign decriminalization bills into law as well as measures to make CBD strains available to sick children. Even a few initiatives aimed at putting the issue of legal marijuana up to voters in the N...

15 Best States to Get Busted For Marijuana

While marijuana users are quickly becoming privy to the newfound weed laws in Colorado and Washington, most are not aware that 15 states have decriminalized marijuana possession, with small amounts of pot resorting in mostly fines instead of jail time.



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