Illinois And New York To Loosen Marijuana Laws & The Erasure Of Criminal Records

HipHop News Posted on June 25, 2019 at 1:15pm

Illinois And New York To Loosen Marijuana Laws & The Erasure Of Criminal Records

Get with the (high) times.

Illinois and New York passed a new marijuana law that will result in more than 1 million of minor cannabis-related cases are being cancelled. Illinois became the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana on Tuesday (June 25), while New York passed a bill that decriminalizes small amounts of the substance in the Thursday (June 20).

The new Illinois law will allow residents of the adult to purchase and possess up to 30 grams of cannabis, as well as the purchase of a marijuana edible. The money raised from marijuana sales taxes, which will depend on the power, you'll have to go first to the elimination of approximately 770,000 criminal cases, according to USA today. The excess funds will be diverted to the drug treatment and enforcement programs, mental health services and the general fund of the state. centered-ad {

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The Governor of Illinois J. B. Pritzker hopes to cancellation and legalization is going to continue the reform of a system

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