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A side effect of Election 2008: Marijuana in Massachussetts

Thanks to WBAI producer and Cynthia McKinney supporter Don Debar, of Ossining NY, for bringing our attention to the story below. The Green Party supports the legalization of marijuana. With the 2006 Governor’s race, the Green Party of New York State‘s Governor Candidate, Malachy McCourt, had as a campaign issue, the legalization of marijuana for medical purposes.

Excerpt from an AP Story:
Mass. scrambling to adapt to marijuana initiative

By STEVE LeBLANC
Associated Press Writer
Nov 6, 7:09 AM EST

BOSTON (AP) — After Massachusetts voted to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, top law enforcement officials are scrambling to figure out what they need to do to put the law into effect – despite their efforts to defeat it at the polls…

“Question 2’s passage not only authorizes the decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana, but also establishes a parallel civil regulatory structure that does not currently exist,” Coakley said in a written statement. “At this time, we are reviewing all of the implications of the new law and whether further
clarification or guidance is needed.”

Massachusetts becomes the 12th state in the country to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. The measure passed Tuesday with 65 percent of voters supporting it and 35 percent opposed…

Once the new law takes effect, those caught with an ounce or less of pot will face a civil offense punishable by a $100 fine. They will also have to forfeit the marijuana. Anyone under 18 will also have to give up the drug, but will face a stiffer, $1,000 fine unless they complete a drug awareness program.

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