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The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee on Friday approved a measure relegating marijuana possession to a civil offense...Sen. Christopher Shank, D-Washington, who voted against it last year, said he was uncertain at the start of a meeting Friday.
Report an Error Save to mystar Keith Beaty / Toronto Star file photo Pot smokers, such as this man at Toronto's Vapor Central, would face a ticket for possession of small amounts of the drug, under a policy being considered by the federal government.
House Speaker John Boehner says he's sure Congress will look at a law passed by the D.C. Council that decriminalizes possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in the nation's capital. When asked Wednesday, Boehner said he was unfamiliar with the
Possession of less than one ounce of marijuana would no longer be a criminal offense in the nation's capital under a bill approved by the D.C...If the bill becomes law, the District of Columbia would join the 17 states that have decriminalized pot
While these lyrics are not directly tied to marijuana -- although Mr. Dylan has certainly written many on the subject -- they are certainly apt when you consider America's attitude toward pot. Could changing attitudes present a risk to correctional
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis was asked about pot during a meeting with the editorial board of The Dallas Morning News (she's down with medical marijuana, she said; her jury's still out on legalization), and during a televised debate
February 25, 2014 Annapolis Police Chief Michael Pristoop issued an apology Tuesday for inaccurate statements he made about deaths related to the legalization of marijuana in Colorado. Pristoop, in testimony regarding legalization of marijuana,
In 2012, Washington and Colorado became the first states to legalize recreational marijuana use...An increase in readily available and legal pot -- researchers at New York University's Center for Drug Use and HIV Research conclude -- means high
Jamaica are on a high after Leader of Government Business in the House of Representatives Phillip Paulwell signalled to stake-holders that the use of marijuana in specific quantities is on the Parliamentary agenda for decrimi-nalisation in the
Malloy, D-Conn., said Sunday it "doesn't make sense" to decriminalize marijuana for increased tax revenue. "We decriminalized small amounts, but we didn't legalize. And ... we have moved forward with medical marijuana and I think that's about as far