Generally, one of the biggest opponents of marijuana legalization in California is the law enforcement profession — but that’s not without at least one big exception.
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), which describes itself as “a group of police, judges, prosecutors and other criminal justice professionals advocating for marijuana legalization,” this week endorsed Proposition 64, the effort to legalize recreational cannabis in California.
This isn’t a surprise, given the organization’s record of pro-pot stances. But it’s still cool: These cops are basically saying Smoke ’em if you got ’em.
– Read the entire article at LA Weekly.