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Washington DC Decriminalization Bill Signed Into Law

Washington DC Mayor Vincent Gray inked a deal with the stoners in our nation’s capital earlier this week; signing a bill to decriminalize possession of marijuana.

Survey: Marijuana Motivates Voters

A newly released George Washington University Battleground poll of likely voters revealed that almost four out of every ten respondents indicated they’d be “much more likely” to vote if marijuana legalization measures are on the ballot. Another 30 percen...

DC Police Chief: Pot Decrim Will Have Little Effect on Crime

Despite a study that found the majority of arrests in the District of Columbia are for simple pot possession and that such arrests are racially disproportionate, DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier believes the city’s new decriminalization legislation will not have a big i...

DC Council Votes to Eliminate Jail Time for Marijuana Use

Yesterday the Washington, DC Council passed a bill to partially decriminalize pot by imposing civil fines rather than jail time for most offenses. The District joins 17 states that have taken similar action but doesn’t go as far as Colorado or Washington state, wher...

Mexico to Decriminalize Marijuana

Lawmakers from Mexico's left-wing Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) introduced legislation last week to decriminalize cannabis in an effort to curb cartel violence. One bill, introduced in the Federal Congress, builds on the partial decrim passed in 2009, incre...

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