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DC Stoners Ignore Pot Citations

It has been almost a month since Washington D.C. officially decriminalized minor pot possession, which now punishes offenders with a $25 citation instead of criminal penalties. However, administrative officials say that tokers and not taking these tickets seriou...

DC Joins Oregon, Alaska, in November Legalization Vote

Washington DC’s Board of Elections ruled that marijuana legalization activists have collected more than enough signatures to place Initiative 71  on the November ballot. District residents will join Alaskans voting on Ballot Measure 2  and Oregonians votin...

You Can Now Smoke Weed in DC

Washington, DC has become the latest jurisdiction in the US to do away with criminal pot penalties for minor possession offenses.

White House Opposes Republicans Against Reefer Reform

The White House is not pleased with the Republican-led attempt at sabotaging a recently passed law to decriminalize marijuana in Washington D.C. In a statement released on Monday, the Obama Administration said that the District of Columbia’s decision to strip away c...

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.

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