Delaware Governor Jack Markell put his seal of approval on a bill earlier this week decriminalizing the possession of marijuana, making Delaware the 20th state in America to eliminate the criminal penalties associated with this offense.
Connecticut judges have granted more than 80 percent of requests to erase marijuana possession convictions since the state decriminalized small amounts of pot in 2011, state Judicial Branch records show.
Those concerned that the next U.S. president won’t be as amenable to marijuana as the Obama administration might consider voting for Democratic nominee and current U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who voiced his outright support for decriminalization—and pe...
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.
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.