Kansas 'Perfect Village' Struggles With Weed Decriminalization

Across the nation marijuana is no longer taboo and more widely available than bubble gum throughout the Western Hemisphere.

Reality check: Marijuana laws have FAILED and now locals wait for the law to catch up to reflect how a great many people live their lives. 

Here's even better context . . .

"In Prairie Village, the matter is not purely academic: Public records show that from 2019 to 2020, the city had one hundred and two marijuana arrests. That accounted for about seven percent of the city’s total arrests, though the city was unable to provide stats on how many included other charges."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link as the EXCELLENT REPORT provides a great perceptive  . . .

Why a bold proposal for decriminalizing marijuana in Prairie Village failed -- and what could come next

Prairie Village sits right between two sides of the marijuana decriminalization debate, literally. To the east, in Missouri, possession has been decriminalized in Jackson County and a full-on recreational legalization effort is planned for the 2022 ballot. But in Kansas, a gram of cannabis could land you in jail for six months.