Washington, D.C., City Council Passes Pot Decriminalization Vote

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Washington, D.C., City Council Passes Pot Decriminalization Vote

by Wochit 0:40 mins

Washington, D.C., City Council Passes Pot Decriminalization Vote

by Wochit 0:40 mins

A measure decriminalizing marijuana in the U.S. capital got final approval from Washington's city council on Tuesday, a move that would make smoking pot a violation comparable to a parking ticket. The bill, which passed the second of two votes with the support of 10 of the 13 city councilors, will now go to the desk of Democratic Mayor Vincent Gray, who supports the measure. While marijuana is still illegal under federal law, 15 U.S. states and a handful of cities have removed the threat of arrest for possession of small amounts of the drug.

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