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The Prairie Village City Council Committee of the Whole furthered its discussion about marijuana laws at the city’s council meeting Tuesday. No votes were taken, but the issue will now be discussed in the city’s Diversity Committee.
A legal review of Kansas and Missouri pathways to decriminalization was provided to council members, noting that two options first presented in May would be most viable — remove marijuana possession from the uniform public offense code, or UPOC, or adopt language “suggesting that lower fines or penalties should be encouraged and presumed (without mandating such lower fines or penalties),” according to city documents.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Prairie Village is the latest municipality in Kansas City area to consider decriminalizing marijuana. The Prairie Village City Council Committee of the Whole furthered its discussion about marijuana laws at the city's council meeting Tuesday. No votes were taken, but the issue will now be discussed in the city's Diversity Committee.
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. -The debate on decriminalizing marijuana possession continues in Prairie Village. The council began discussions on decriminalization in January. After the meeting on May 3 the council directed city staff to collect additional information on the legality of decriminalizing the possession of marijuana.
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