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Kansas Bill to Reduce Felony Violation Charges for Cannabis Fails

A Kansas bill seeking to reduce felony violations for possession of marijuana has failed to pass, surprising advocates as well as legislators. The House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee voted 7-4 against the bill that would make possession of marijuana a misdemeanor, no matter how many times someone had been arrested or convicted for it. …

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