Only 847,863 arrests for marijuana offenses in the U.S. last year.

Translation: slightly less than last year, or the second most ever, depending on how you want to look at it.
 

  • Candidate

    That’s it; I’m running for office again. We’ve gotta change this.

  • Lisa

    When I see this news, it makes me think of the recent 2009 report from ProtectYouth.org showing more Texas students in every major city are now using marijuana than tobacco cigarettes. We’ve been banning the marijuana market for decades, yet can anyone show a single documented case where an elected official, notable public health group or law enforcement association has called for a similar national ban on the alcohol and tobacco markets??