Will Kansas Po-Po Crackdown On Missouri Weed Customers?!?

The quick answer . . .

Not anymore than they already do.

Actually, we're encouraged by police response/realization which acknowledges that weed is already prevalent and easily available.

Here's the word . . .

Leawood police will continue to enforce Kansas law but won't be conducting checkpoints or putting extra resources into trying to actively catch people with cannabis once they cross the state line.

In Kansas, parties caught with marijuana could face anywhere from a misdemeanor to a felony charge. There are additional legal ramifications for drivers guilty of driving under the influence of marijuana.


Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

KS law enforcement stresses operations will not change after MO legalizes recreational marijuana

LEAWOOD, Kan. - Recreational marijuana will officially be legal in Missouri as of Dec. 8, but in Kansas, the use and possession of cannabis, and related products, remains illegal. State Line Road is top of mind as a potential area of concern, but Kansas law enforcement agencies with jurisdictions along the stretch are echoing the same message: operations will not be impacted by the legalization of cannabis in Missouri.