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Canada: Easier Pot Punishments Are Coming

A recent report in the Toronto Sun indicates that a proposal set in motion over the summer by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, aimed at giving officers the option of issuing fines for marijuana offenses rather than pursue criminal charges, still has the atten...

Brooklyn DA Nominee to Alter Pot Policy

Brooklyn’s marijuana policy may get a decrim update if Ken Thompson is elected district attorney in the upcoming election. Thompson has said that as DA, he would order his prosecutors to drop nearly all cases involving 15 grams of pot or less, and iss...

Swiss Marijuana Decrim Law Takes Effect

Switzerland has decriminalized marijuana possession. The new law, which took effect October 1, changes the penalties for possession of up to 10 grams of pot. Previously, those caught with any amount of cannabis in Switzerland faced legal proceedings that could r...

Vermont Pot Decrim in Effect

On July 1st Vermont’s marijuana decriminalization bill went into effect. Representative Christopher Pearson sponsored House Bill 200 with a tripartisan group of 38 cosponsors. The bill had the support of both the state attorney general and the pu...

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