http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2001734435_pot18m.html With misdemeanor marijuana possession accounting for fewer than 1 percent of all the cases filed by Seattle's city attorney last year, police and prosecutors foresee no change in pot enforcement as a result of a ballot initiative on marijuana approved this week. Initiative 75, which was approved by almost 59 percent of voters, requires law-enforcement officials to make marijuana offenses their lowest priority if the marijuana is intended for adult personal use. "It's already one of our . . .
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