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DC Closer to Decrim

Earlier today Washington, DC moved one step closer to decriminalizing cannabis when the DC Council’s Committee voted 5-0 in support of a bill that would end all criminal charges for those busted with small amounts of weed. Under the currently law, even a joint could...

Visiting the Capitol? Hide Your Stash

Washington DC residents face the greatest statistical likelihood of being arrested for pot possession. That’s according to a new report released by the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland. Authors of the report reviewed 2010 data provided by the Federal Burea...

Marijuana Strong Arm in DC Could Force Feds to Legalize It

With efforts to decriminalize marijuana in the District of Columbia being received with open arms by the majority of the city’s council members, there is speculation that federal lawmakers may soon be forced to reconsider their overall stance on the legal status of ...

DC Needs to Smoke More Medical Marijuana

If more people do not start smoking weed in Washington, DC there is a chance the city’s medical marijuana commerce could go up in smoke -- and not the good kind either.

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