Marijuana Decriminalization in Santa Fe Likely Going to Voters in November

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Live in Santa Fe, New Mexico? Use cannabis? Well, this November you should vote to make your life just a little easier and stress-free by voting to abolish laws making the possession of up to 28 grams a misdemeanor charge worth up to 15 days of your life in jail and $100 in fines.
Under the proposed changes, marijuana possession of up to 28 grams would be a civil infraction punishable by a $25 fine. Read it below.


Santa Fe county commissioners last night agreed to move the measure to the November ballot after a local group collected more than 11,000 signatures in support of the decriminalization of small amounts of pot. City Council must now okay the proposal, but is expected to do so later today.
Below, check out the language of the marijuana proposal thanks to the Santa Fe Reporter:

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