Marijuana may be legal in D.C., but the city still hasn't figured out how to set up a legal framework for regulating sales.
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The capital legalizes possession of small amounts of pot
Drug legalized despite blocking effort in Congress
Certain amounts of marijuana could be legal to grow, possess or smoke in D.C. after Feb. 26.
U.S. drug czar Michael Botticelli, though banned from supporting marijuana legalization due to federal law, says that the nation's capital should be able to implement its own laws
President Obama’s $4 trillion budget plan would allow the District to spend its own tax dollars to legalize and regulate marijuana by rolling back restrictions put in place by Republican lawmakers last year.
Arresting People for Marijuana Possession ‘Never Was Productive to Begin With’ says D.C. Police Chief
If the legalization of marijuana possession goes into effect in Washington, D.C., the city’s police chief thinks it will save officers both time and energy.
Impressive moves by the City Council.
D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson (D) submitted the District of Columbia's new marijuana legalization initiative to Congress Tuesday, ignoring an effort by congressional Republicans to block the measure.
DC leaders and supportive Democrats in Congress have said the major $1.1 trillion spending bill finally approved by Congress on Saturday contains a loophole