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Marijuana Decriminalization

Illinois Set to Decriminalize Marijuana Possession

Illinois is on the verge of becoming the next state to eliminate the criminal penalties associated with the possession of marijuana.  

Illinois Senate Approves Marijuana Decriminalization Bill, Chances of Becoming Law Are Good

Illinois is on the verge of passing legislation this session that will allow the average stoner to freely possess small amounts of marijuana without facing criminal charges.  

Decriminalizing or Legalizing Pot Would Hurt ISIS, Says Italian Mafia Prosecutor

Italy’s top prosecutor told Reuters that Islamic State militants and Italy’s mafia—jointly involved in smuggling hash from North Africa—would be negatively affected by decriminalizing the sale of cannabis.  

Tampa Decriminalizes Marijuana Possession

While Florida still considers any person caught holding a little marijuana a low-level criminal, a number of municipalities across the state have made it their mission in recent months to do away with the penalties associated with minor possession. The most recent is the ...

NOLA Decriminalizes Marijuana Possession

While Louisiana continues to have some of the fiercest penalties against marijuana possession in the United States, the City of New Orleans hopes to become a positive influence on this antiquated system by showing the rest of the state that it's no longer necessary to...



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