Black Chicago Areas Bear Brunt of Pot Enforcement

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Four years after the Chicago City Council decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana, African-American neighborhoods continue to bear the brunt of enforcement, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. Police are making a small fraction of the arrests for misdemeanor marijuana possession they made in 2011, the last full year before cops were given the option of ticketing, rather than locking up . . .

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