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Arrests for possession are ongoing even in legal states.

Here’s your daily round-up of pot-news, excerpted from the newsletter WeedWeek. Download WeedWeek’s free 2016 election guide here.

A study from the ACLU and Human Rights Watch found that more people are arrested for pot possession in the U.S. than for all violent crimes combined. See the report here.
Arizona’s REC debate has led to questions about how drug smugglers would adapt. REC supporters say traffickers will lose business. Opponents say they’ll switch to selling heroin and crystal meth.

Why intelligent women read romance novels.

​What’s that in your mouth?

A 46-year-old Panama City, Florida woman was busted January 4 after deputies discovered her trying to eat a bag of “suspected marijuana,” according to an arrest report from the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office.

A deputy saw the woman walking on Marler Drive at 3:35 p.m. and struck up a conversation with her. While talking, he noticed she “was chewing on an unknown object,” reports the Northwest Florida Daily News.

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​Vermont senators voted overwhelmingly 25-4 on Thursday to legalize medical marijuana dispensaries in the state.

“We will protect patients by providing a legal source,” said state Sen. Jeanette White (D-Windham), reports Terri Hallenbeck at the Burlington Free Press.
Vermont already has a medical marijuana law, passed in 2004, which allows those with qualifying conditions to sign up for the state’s medical marijuana registry and use the drug legally. This bill would give those patients a legal way to buy marijuana if they don’t grow it themselves, according to White.