Corpus Christi to become first TX city to decriminalize Marijuana starting April, 20th 2017

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Corpus Christi to become first TX city to decriminalize Marijuana starting April, 20th 2017

The solution to reducing the number of people swept into the criminal justice system for drug law violations is to enact various forms of decriminalization of drug use and possession. Decriminalization is the removal of criminal penalties for drug law violations (usually possession for personal use) and Corpus Christi, TX will be the first city in Texas to act on this.

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    McDonalds can now report marijuana smokers to the police McDonald's fast Food chain is pro actively taken a fight against marijuana. CEO of McDonald's have given the green light to record the license plates of any customers who come through the drive-through smelling like marijuana or any customer that enters the establishment with the same smell. McDonald's definitely wants to show that they are on the fight against marijuana side. And if you're still reading this.... BOI IF YOU DON'T GET!!!!!

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    The amount of your fine will depend on the model of your vehicle beginning in 2018 If you are caught speeding, the amount of your fine will depend on the model of your vehicle. The more expensive the vehicle, the more expensive the fine will be. The photographs taken by radars will be able to determine the model of the car, motorcycle, or truck. The cheapest vehicles will be fined lightly, whereas high-end vehicles will face much heavier fines. This measure acknowledges the inequality between those “who can afford” to pay the fines and those who “suffer” under the repressive system. Thus, the wallets of the most well-to-do will be hit just as hard as those of the most humble. The measure promises to reduce delinquency on the road by the wealthy, thus eliminating the feeling of impunity shared among more and more drivers.

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