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A teen died in a car crash - then the state billed her for the broken guardrail

The Tennessee Department of Transportation billed 17-year-old Hannah Eimers nearly $3,000 for damage to a new guardrail after her car crash because she was at fault. The only problem: Hannah died in that crash and her father is convinced that the guardrail system, the Lindsay X-Lite terminal, was at fault. He said, "It's obscene. They will kill you and then they will bill you. “

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Uniting States of Marijuana: the country's evolving laws on cannabis

Results from the 2016 election brought about new rules on the use of recreational and medicinal marijuana in several states, with more than half now allowing for the latter. Federal government leaders including president-elect Donald Trump have voiced their opinion on the changing state of mind around marijuana. Is this the beginning of the end of marijuana prohibition?
Cristina Rayas / McClatchy
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Uniting States of Marijuana: the country's evolving laws on cannabis

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Parade float up in flames because of cigarette thrown out car window

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Don't let a text wreck your life

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