Hooray, Denver! Hooray, Seattle! Hooray, pot reform! This is very good news. Let the drug war die the death of a thousand little cuts!
If enough cities pass stopgap measures like these, pot activists posit, a state or two will legalize marijuana.
I thought the whole kernel of the problem with this was that there are federal marijuana laws that states/cities can't do a whole hell of a lot about.
2. States can stop pot arrests and prosecutions that aren't charged federally. And less than one percent of pot cases are charged federally--those are mostly grow operations of over 250 plants or trafficking.
So, for instance, if a state decriminalizes pot for under 40 grams, anyone who stays below that limit would be protected.
i'll smoke to that! huge congrats to SAFER for all their efforts, and for being effective while still being themselves. ;)
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