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Body of kidnapped Washington budtender found News 

Body of kidnapped Washington budtender found

SPOKANE, Wash. — Police say the body of a Cheney marijuana shop employee was found days after he was kidnapped outside of work. The Spokesman-Review reports that Spokane County Rescue found Cameron Smith’s body Friday afternoon off state Route 904 near Four Lakes. Police say his body was concealed in “heavy cover” several feet from the road. Read the full article

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KIDNAPPED WASHINGTON BUDTENDER FOUND DEAD, SUSPECTS IN CUSTODY News 

KIDNAPPED WASHINGTON BUDTENDER FOUND DEAD, SUSPECTS IN CUSTODY

Cameron Smith, a well-known and well-liked Washington State cannabis dispensary budtender who was kidnapped at gunpoint on Sept. 10, was found dead this week. His alleged kidnappers and presumptive killer are in police custody. Authorities discovered the body of Smith, 46 and a native of Toledo, Ohio, sometime on Sept. 14, according to KHQ.com, approximately four days after he went missing. The cause of death was not disclosed, but a gunshot wound is suspected, given the circumstances of his abduction. Read the full article

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POT DECRIMINALIZATION LAW GOES INTO EFFECT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE News Politics 

POT DECRIMINALIZATION LAW GOES INTO EFFECT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A law in New Hampshire decriminalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana goes into effect Saturday. The law reduces the penalty for possession of up to three-quarters of an ounce (21 grams) of marijuana and a much smaller amount of hashish from a criminal misdemeanor to a civil violation with fines up to $300. New Hampshire joins more than 20 states, including all of New England, in easing criminal penalties on pot. Read the full article

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