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Take Action To Reform Marijuana Laws In Your State

State lawmakers have debated nearly 100 different marijuana law reform bills this session and some 60 bills remain pending. NORML's Take Action Center provides you with the ability to track pending legislation in your state and to contact your elected officials and urge them to support marijuana law reform.

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Kansas: Wichita Voters Approve Municipal Initiative Reducing Marijuana Possession Penalties

Voters in Wichita Kansas approved a municipal measure yesterday that seeks to reduce first-time marijuana possession penalties within the city. Despite majority support for the measure, state Attorney General Derek Schmidt has called the language unlawful and has threatened to sue the city if the provision goes into effect.

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Now Is The Time To Support Marijuana Law Reform In Your State

Marijuana law reform legislation is presently pending in states over 30 states. Is your state one of them? Visit NORML's online 'Take Action Center' here to find out.

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POLL: 60% of Virginia Voters Support Marijuana Decriminalization

POLL: 60% of Virginia Voters Support Marijuana Decriminalization

A poll conducted by the firm Public Policy Polling (PPP) revealed that 60% of Virginia voters would support decriminalizing the adult possession of small amounts of marijuana, indicating strong support for state Senator Adam Ebbin’s marijuana decriminalization measure, Senate Bill 686. Decriminalization had majority support from every age, racial, and gender demographic. The survey...

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Pot Possession Decriminalized In US Virgin Islands

Legislation decriminalizing the possession of one ounce or less of cannabis in the United States Virgin Islands became law this weekend. Under the new law, cannabis possession for those age 18 and older is classified as a civil offense, punishable by a fine between $100 and $200.

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New York City Officials Announce Plan To Halt Minor Marijuana Arrests

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton publicly announced plans yesterday to halt the NYPD's practice of arresting tens of thousands of minor marijuana offenders annually. Under the new plan, set to take effect November 19, city police would issue first-time marijuana offenders a summons, payable by...

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Philadelphia Depenalizes Marijuana Possession

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter signed municipal legislation this week removing criminal penalties for the possession of minor quantities of cannabis by adults.

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Philadelphia: Mayor To Sign Marijuana Depenalization Measure

City mayor Michael Nutter announced that he will sign municipal legislation into law decriminalizing marijuana possession penalties. Under the measure, penalties pertaining to the possession of up to one ounce of cannabis would be reduced from a criminal misdemeanor to a non-summary civil offense, punishable by a $25 fine – no arrest and no...

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District Of Columbia’s Marijuana Decriminalization Ordinance Goes Into Effect Tonight

A new District ordinance reducing marijuana possession penalties to a fine-only violation goes into effect on Thursday, July 17. The measure amends District law involving the possession or transfer of up to one ounce of marijuana from a criminal misdemeanor (formerly punishable by up to 6 months incarceration and a maximum fine of...

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Philadelphia City Council Overwhelmingly Approves Decriminalization of Marijuana Possession

Philadelphia City Council Overwhelmingly Approves Decriminalization of Marijuana Possession

Today, the full Philadelphia City Council voted 13 to 3 in support of a measure that would lower the penalty for possession of up to one ounce of marijuana to a civil infraction, punishable by a $25 fine. All 13 of the Democratic members of the City Council voted for it and all three...

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