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Hawaii Drug Laws Going to Pot

Over on the island of enchantment, marijuana enforcement is taking a backseat. The question is: How will that impact federal and local enforcement?

Hawaii Tribune-Herald
HILO, Hawaii – Hawaii County police and federal authorities say they will continue enforcing marijuana laws on the Big Island despite the passing of a ballot initiative making it the lowest priority for law enforcement.
Voters approved the measure 34,957 to 25,464 in Tuesday’s election. It was one of several victories for advocates of less punitive marijuana penalties. Massachusetts became the 13th state to decriminalize the herb; Michigan became the 13th state to legalize medical marijuana, and Fayetteville, Ark., also passed a resolution making marijuana the college town’s lowest law enforcement priority.
Other cities that have previously passed “lowest priority” initiatives in recent years include Denver, Seattle and Eureka Springs, Ark., as well as the California cities of Santa Barbara, Santa Monica and Oakland. In San Francisco and West Hollywood, similar measures were passed by elected officials.
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