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Despite marijuana legalization in 11 states and widespread decriminalization, police still focus on arresting Americans for cannabis possession.
Cops have a hard nosed plan in place to stop as many motorists as possible from bringing cannabis products into their neck of the woods.
Roadside searches dropped by 70 percent in one local Vermont police department. But legalizing marijuana can also focus police's attention to more serious crimes.
There was once a time when a person with a history of marijuana use was automatically disqualified from the hiring pool if they set out to become a police officer.
As CBD explodes across the country, cops have struggled to keep up in their ability to accurately test whether a CBD product is derived from hemp or marijuana, as well as how much THC that product contains.
There are still too many instances of law enforcement arresting people and/or seizing their hemp products based on a misunderstanding that they're illegal marijuana substances.
Yes, someone called the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office on weed smokers in California, where marijuana has been recreationally legal since 2018.
Data shows that, even despite the massive shift in public opinion in relation to cannabis, a lot of people are still being arrested for pot-related offenses. And this holds particularly true for minorities.
According to a new report by the FBI, someone gets arrested on a cannabis charge approximately every 48 seconds in the U.S..
Though South African leadership has been opposed to cannabis, seeing it as harmful, the vote to decrim was unanimous.