2 edition of Legalized numbers in Washington found in the catalog.
Legalized numbers in Washington
Washington Lawyers" Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
1973 in [Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||Carl R. Fogelberg, project director.|
|Contributions||Fogelberg, Carl R., The Washington Survey.|
|LC Classifications||HV6721.W3 W35 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||73175484|
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The United States continues to move forward with marijuana reform as more states begin to introduce medical and recreational cannabis laws. As of January 1,eight states and the District of Columbia have recreational adult use laws in effect.
California became the eighth state to officially rollout these adult use laws the first day of January, which places the state in eighth. At the University of Washington, there were 58 arrests for drug offenses in and 47 inaccording to numbers provided by the school.
The majority of those arrests were for marijuana, but Author: Steven Nelson. At the moment, in Nov. only two states have legalized marijuana, Washington state and Colorado.
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All four of the states that legalized in and —Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington—have seen sharp increases in murders and aggravated assaults since legalization. Combined, the four states saw a 35 percent increase in murders and a 25 percent increase in assaults between andfar outpacing the national trend, even Pages: The state, where voters backed marijuana legalization inallowed stores to start selling weed to recreational users on Sunday.
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