http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/083103/sta_potruling.shtml An Alaska appeals court has upheld citizens' right to possess marijuana in their home, the Associated Press reports. The court reversed the conviction of a North Pole man on a pot charge. The state will ask the state supreme court to review the ruling, which questioned a 1990 voter initiative that criminalized possession of any amount of marijuana. Calling the decision "regrettable," Gov. Frank Murkowski said that "substance abuse is causing great harm to our rural society, specifically our young . . .
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