Teen behind Colorado medical pot law dies

John Hickenlooper, Stacey Linn, Jack Splitt
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, left, smiles as Stacey Linn, center, celebrates with her 14-year-old son, Jack Splitt, after the governor signed the bill named after the Wheat Ridge, Colo., teen to crack down on the state’s medical marijuana industry Monday, May 18, 2015, in southeast Denver. The bill includes caregiver registration requirements and additional oversight for doctors who recommend marijuana for “severe pain.” In addition, students who use medical cannabis like Splitt will be able to treat themselves on…

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