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Marijuana Arrests

NYC: Cannabis Busts Rising Again Despite New Policy

A new report released by the Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP) indicates that cannabis arrests rose more than a third in the first three months of this year, despite Mayor Bill de Blasio's assurance that less severe policies were in place.

In Post-Legalization CO, Racist Marijuana Arrests Persist

Racist marijuana arrests continue in Colorado. 

Pot Matters: Crime in the United States

But crime is down, marijuana use is up, support for legalization is growing and stopping police from arresting people for marijuana use results in even less work for the cop on the beat. Crime in the United States is changing, and to serve the public, law enforcement must...

Pot Matters: Marijuana, the Courts and Probation

One of the arguments for keeping marijuana illegal is that no one really goes to jail anymore after getting arrested—as if that makes it okay. It’s not really true (because people do go to jail), but let’s examine the claim on its own terms and...

New DEA Report Wants Us to Believe That Cops Don’t Care About Weed

While reports of law enforcement pulling underhanded stunts to bust people for weed seem no less common today than they were a decade ago, the latest federal data indicates that police at the local and state level consider marijuana to be the least concerning of illicit s...

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