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Study: Enactment Of Medical Cannabis Laws Associated With Lower Rates Of Violent Crimes

NORML's mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to legalize the responsible use of marijuana by adults, and to serve as an advocate for consumers to assure they have access to high quality marijuana that is safe, convenient and affordable.

The FBI Says 2016 Saw More Arrests for Cannabis than Violent Crime | The Marijuana Times

The FBI Says 2016 Saw More Arrests for Cannabis than Violent Crime | The Marijuana Times

Study: Enactment Of Medical Cannabis Laws Associated With Lower Rates Of Violent Crimes

NORML's mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to legalize the responsible use of marijuana by adults, and to serve as an advocate for consumers to assure they have access to high quality marijuana that is safe, convenient and affordable.

Marijuana Possession Arrests Exceed Violent Crime Arrests (INFOGRAPHIC)

Are More People Arrested For Pot Possession Or Violent Crimes?

In the United States, the number of arrests for marijuana possession now exceeds the number of arrests for all violent crimes combined. Graph illustrates the surprising statistics provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

DoJ Task Force Moves to Review Federal Cannabis Policy: In a memo sent throughout the Department of Justice on April 5th, attorney general Jeff Sessions outlines the establishment of the Department's Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety. That task force, largely focused on violent crime, is supposed to find ways that federal prosecutors can more effectively reduce illegal immigration, violent crimes and gun violence. The task force is made up of subcommittees, according to the…

In a DoJ memo, AG Jeff Sessions called for a subcommittee on marijuana and an email shows the DEA inquiring about Colorado cases.

Will the DOJ Task Force Report Blame Cannabis for Violent Crime?

Will the DOJ Task Force Report Blame Cannabis for Violent Crime?

Sessions Requests Review of Cannabis Policies as Part of Violent Crime Reduction Strategy | Ganjapreneur

Sessions Requests Review of Cannabis Policies as Part of Violent Crime Reduction Strategy | Ganjapreneur

Despite the overwhelming evidence on the effectiveness of cannabis as a medicine, Attorney General Jeff Sessions assembled the Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety to review enforcement of immigration, drug trafficking and violent crime laws including a subcommittee to investigate marijuana laws in the legal states.

Crime Reduction and Public Safety Task Force No Smoking Gun for Sessions War on Cannabis

Despite the overwhelming evidence on the effectiveness of cannabis as a medicine, Attorney General Jeff Sessions assembled the Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety to review enforcement of immigration, drug trafficking and violent crime laws including a subcommittee to investigate marijuana laws in the legal states.

Smoking cannabis DOES make people more violent

Law Change Leads to Decline in Misdemeanor Drug Arrests | The annual number of misdemeanor drug arrests has fallen by nearly 50 percent in California in five years, largely due to the imposition of a 2010 law reducing minor marijuana possession offenses to a civil infraction.

The annual number of misdemeanor drug arrests has fallen by nearly 50 percent in California in 5 years, largely due to a 2010 law decriminalizing marijuana.

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