If signed into law, the bill would decriminalize certain quantities of cannabis.
It’s not legalization — but it’s still a win.
The ordinance aims to reduce prison sentences for minor drug offenses.
Currently, possessing any amount of the herb without a medical card can land you in jail.
The ordinance is meant to reduce arrests and jail sentences.
In an op-ed, he says the current drug policy is “not working”.
But automatic expungements and public use hit the cutting room floor in city council negotiations.
Cincinnati city leaders largely agree on decriminalizing marijuana possession, but they're debating how much an individual should be permitted to possess.
2020 Presidential hopeful and former Obama VP Joe Biden doesn't support legalizing cannabis, but he wants to decriminalize it, fund research and promote criminal record expungement.
Has the moment for the Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act arrived?