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Montana's First Medical Marijuana Caregiver Dies in Prison

Montana's first registered medical marijuana caregiver has died in federal prison after being sentenced to five years on federal drug charges stemming from the DEA raids of March 2011. Richard Flor was 68. Chronicle story here.

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