At Plexus, we enjoy reading about insurance and the topics affecting our various lines of business. Here are a half-dozen stories we are bookmarking, sharing and scrolling through as the work week rolls on: -- A majority of U.S. states allow marijuana either for medical and/or recreational use, but federal law remains firm on pot's illegality, making weed-related insurance claims tricky ones for policyholders to win.
-- Michigan allows the sale of seven-day auto insurance policies, but the plans are under scrutiny.
-- Oklahoma lawmakers are weighing whether to allow individuals to buy insurance in other states, but the legislation still has hurdles to clear in the state House and Senate.
-- Is student loan debt a bubble?
-- The U.S. Postal Service has been ordered to pay as much as $49 million in back life insurance benefits.
-- Cyber breaches can have a lasting impact on a firm's stock price, according to a study of 65 firms.