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Why Legalizing Marijuana Is A Win-Win For Citizens, NYPD

New York City's Bills stood side by side on Tuesday to tout the city's latest crime statistics and to highlight the record low crime levels throughout all five boroughs. Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton proudly told the city that crime was...

Over 56,000 Fewer Marijuana Arrests in 2013

The FBI Uniform Crime Report for 2013 is out and shows that fewer than 700,000 people were arrested nationwide for marijuana for the first time in a decade. An estimated 693,482 people were arrested for possessing, growing, or selling marijuana in 2013.  This is the ...

Pot Arrests Drop But Drug War in Full Swing

The latest statistic provided by the FBI show that although overall marijuana arrests are down, there are still millions of Americans suffering from an antiquated Drug War who are being arrested for possession.

Marijuana Arrests Continue at Historically High Levels

At first glance 749,825 arrests for marijuana offenses in the United States in 2012 looks like arrests are starting to decrease, and indeed there have been reductions in marijuana arrests since the high point of 872,720 arrests in 2007. However, a new report on mariju...

US Gov: Marijuana Arrests for Federal Funding?

The United States government has been dangling the proverbial carrot in the faces of law enforcement agencies all across America in a ploy to exchange minor marijuana-related arrests for federal funding under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant.

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