Legislation that would decriminalize an individual’s first two instances of personal marijuana possession has been passed by a key House committee in Pennsylvania. House Bill 928 would reduce the penalty for possessing marijuana for the first and second time from a misdemeanor to a fine of $300 with no possibility of jail time (given the …
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