Wellington teen's death sparks new marijuana legislation
Naomi Pomerance loved music and dance. And judging by the 500 people who turned out for her funeral, the 16-year-old Wellington girl was herself much beloved.
Naomi was killed March 28 when the Honda Rukus scooter on which she was a passenger ran a red light and T-boned a Toyota 4Runner, according to a police report.
"I've lost half of me," said her mother, Cassy Pomerance.
But the teen's death may ultimately lead to the passage of a state law, bearing her name, that will establish limits by which a person can legally be ruled impaired from marijuana.
The scooter's driver, Tyler... read more
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