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Marijuana Decriminalization

Kansas Attorney General: Your Vote Doesn't Matter

On Tuesday, the majority of Wichita residents voted in favor of reducing penalties for first-time marijuana possession offenders. Unfortunately, Kansas' attorney general is threatening to sue if the legislation is enacted.

Ruling Clears Way for Marijuana Convictions to be Erased

Thousands of people busted in Connecticut for marijuana possession now have the right to get their convictions erased after the state Supreme Court ruled Monday that the violation had been downgraded to the same legal level as a parking ticket.

Jamaica Decriminalizes Small Amounts of 'Ganja'

After years of discussion, Jamaica's Parliament on Tuesday night gave final approval to an act decriminalizing small amounts of pot and establishing a licensing agency to regulate a lawful medical marijuana industry.

Virginia: Lawmakers Quash Decriminalization Effort

By a margin of nearly 3 to 1, voters in the Old Dominion state say that they support amending Virginia’s marijuana penalties—penalties that rank among the toughest in the nation. Yet, on Wednesday, members of the Senate Committee for the Virginia Courts of Jus...

The Problem With NYC's 25-Gram Rule

Though widely heralded, New York City's newly-imposed 25-gram marijuana rule may create legal problems for those who are issued summonses, and might still gain a criminal record. 

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