Op-Ed

August 13, 2014 10:00 AM

The share of arrests for marijuana possession has more than tripled since 1991

The percent of all arrests related to marijuana possession has steadily risen even as public attitudes toward the drug have shifted, states have relaxed their marijuana laws and new research has come to light thoroughly debunking the Reefer Madness mindset of earlier decades.

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